By: A family who wished to share their story Our story began in the autumn of 2010 when my wife and I decided it was time to expand our family. After several months we visited an Ob/Gyn to try and … Read More
Stanford University and Japanese scientists have developed an experimental technique to remedy Primary Ovarian Failure (POF). It’s great that science is continually looking for ways to help couples overcome infertility we also think it is fantastic that many families have … Read More
Katie Couric recently dedicated the opening segment of her nationally syndicated talk show to embryo donation and adoption. The segment, titled "Snowflake Babies" focused on the story of embryo adoptive parents Kelly and Dan Gassman and their 9-month-old son Trevor. … Read More
When couples first discover their struggle with infertility, In vitro fertilization (IVF) and adoption may be among the first solutions they consider. The two might seem mutually exclusive. However, the accessible and affordable process of embryo donation and adoption joins … Read More
Individuals and Couples hoping to build their families through embryo donation and adoption have options available to them. Below are a list of choices families can make. Self-Matching: Some families are able to self-match on private embryo matching sites, or … Read More
Do you have embryos remaining in frozen storage? Learn your dispositions options and find the right choice for you and your family. Who knew something so small could lead to such a large dilemma for some families? Thousands of families … Read More
In this four part series we’ve looked at overcoming barriers to educating clients about this new family building option, different families’ motivations for adoption, and addressed how and when to educate clients on embryo adoption. Today’s blog addresses one more … Read More
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