We believe that egg donors should be compensated well for their time and effort.
Class action Lawsuit settled
In pursuit of cheaper medical costs and lower paid surrogates, foreign patients in the midst of the process wonder what will happen to their embryos and pregnant surrogates now that new restrictions are in place.
Dr. Avner Hershlag also takes issue with Dr. Andreas G. Tzakis’s remarks on surrogacy
Uterus Transplants May Soon Help Some Infertile Women in the U.S. Become Pregnant (New York Times, November 12, 2015):
by Tamar Lewin, New York Times, Saturday October 17, 2015
Sanford is speaking at the International Bar Association's annual meeting in Vienna on October 8. Panel presentation entitled "Having a Family: A Human Right" and it is presented by Health and Life Sciences Section and LGBT Section.
"Outcomes of Fresh and Cryopreserved Oocyte Donation" reports that out of 11,148 IVF cycles using donor eggs in 2013, 2,227 (20%) used frozen eggs. The live birth rate after embryo transfer was 9% lower with frozen eggs.
NAFG has updated our site again.
Although the need to cut costs is understandable, it is very risky to undertake a surrogacy arrangement without the standards and oversight of US regulations.