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New Egg Donation Program, "Ovatures," Launched By Reproductive Medicine Associates Of New Jersey
Date:9/5/2012

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Sept. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --  Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey today announced the launch of its new egg donation program, Ovatures, to assist women who require donated oocytes (eggs) to become pregnant and have a family.

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"At RMANJ, we understand that for some women the path to pregnancy and a positive fertility experience sometimes requires a little help.  For many, the option of egg donation can help make the dreams of family come true," said Thomas J. Kim, MD, FACOG, medical director of Ovatures. "With donor egg success rates well above the national average, RMANJ's Ovatures Egg Donation Program anonymously provides potential donors the opportunity to help another woman.  We invite women who are considering becoming egg donors to learn more about the process, and to find out if giving this priceless gift is right for them."

Women ages 21 to 31 may qualify to become anonymous egg donors following a comprehensive health assessment.  Donors are compensated for their time and effort to complete a full cycle.  Application materials, plus additional background information, are available at http://www.ovatures-eggdonation.com.

"Ovatures is unique because it is built on RMANJ's track record of successful live births, clinical excellence and innovation in fertility medicine, such as our pioneering single-embryo transfer techniques that reduce financial and health risks of multiple births," said Shefali Shastri, MD, FACOG, RMANJ.  "For many of our donors, the gift of egg donation aligns well with their support for organizations that focus on women's issues.  New donors will find comfort in RMANJ's comm
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