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First-Ever Egg Donor Web Portal Becomes One of The Largest Resources for Aspiring Parents in the U.S.
Date:6/24/2009

the end of the year," she adds.

DNA began with three competing egg donor agencies in Chicago (Alternative Reproductive Resources (ARR), The Center for Egg Options Illinois (CEO) and ConceiveAbilities), and now collaborates with agencies from California, Massachusetts, Texas, Washington DC, Florida, Colorado, Arizona, Minnesota, Georgia and more. The website will soon be launching internationally, in order to provide family building options to many international fertility patients often restricted by limited resources or reproductive laws in their own country.

Robin von Halle will be attending the 25th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from June 28 - July 1 and will be available to discuss this program and third party reproductive options in the U.S. and abroad.

For more information on The Donor Network Alliance (DNA) visit www.donornetworkalliance.com or contact Haylie Marchant at 773.366.9185 or Haylie@catalystcommunications.us


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