Pacific Fertility Center Launches Frozen Donor Egg Bank Website
On December 30, 2014, Pacific Fertility Center (PFC) launched a new frozen donor egg bank website. Its main purpose is to help guide patients through the landscape of egg donation, to explain the differences between frozen egg and fresh egg cycles, and to provide information about Pacific Fertility Egg Banks unique approach as a full-service donor egg bank offering a guarantee of two embryos.
At the Pacific Fertility Egg Bank (PFEB) website, patients can learn about the benefits, fees, and steps involved in undergoing a frozen donor egg cycle. They can also learn about the screening and selection of donors as well as the technology behind egg freezingvitrificationwhich has made it possible to freeze donor eggs and produce success rates comparable to those of fresh donor eggs.
Choosing eggs from Pacific Fertility Egg Bank provides a shorter journey to the goal of parenthood, as well as an affordable option for creating a family, said Isabelle P. Ryan, MD, medical director of the PFEB. She and Scientific Director Joe Conaghan, PhD, and Program Director Daragh Castaneda make up the PFEB executive committee.
The PFEB website is a starting point not only for those seeking frozen donor eggs but also for those interested in becoming egg donors. Learn more.
About Pacific Fertility Center
Pacific Fertility Center is an international destination for male and female fertility treatment and care. It provides an extensive array of fertility treatment options ranging from intrauterine insemination (IUI), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF) to cutting-edge technology such as vitrification and genetic testing of embryos. For more information: www.pacificfertilitycenter.com.
Renee H. Scudder, MS
Pacific Fertility Center
55 Francisco Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94133