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Frozen Egg Bank Launches New Donor Web Site that Helps Prospective Parents Start a Family
Date:8/18/2008

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Frozen Egg Bank has perfected a technique that dehydrates eggs and permeates them with a cryoprotectant fluid to ensure the eggs are not damaged. This technique has resulted in a 91 percent egg thaw survival and has yielded high pregnancy rates of 52 percent.

"Also, the frozen eggs in our bank have been quarantined, allowing patients to safely start families of their own," Diaz said.

According to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), approximately one woman out of five delays starting a family until after age 35. However, the viability of a woman's eggs diminishes after age 32 and the ability to conceive decreases dramatically after age 40.

Frozen Egg Bank's egg freezing technology has other important reproductive applications. For example, women diagnosed with premature menopause are well served with frozen donor eggs. Also, women who are about to undergo cancer treatment or others who wish to electively save their healthy, young eggs for the future will also benefit from the egg freezing services at the Frozen Egg Bank. Some patients going through in vitro fertilization treatments will prefer to freeze their surplus eggs instead of freezing surplus embryos without compromising pregnancy success rates.

Although egg freezing is successful, it is considered investigational by the ASRM. All egg freezing activities at Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. are conducted under the oversight of an Institutional Review Board.

About Frozen Egg Bank, Inc.

Frozen Egg Bank, Inc., located in Orange County, California, uses leading-edge technology to provide a cost-effective alternative to traditional egg donation for women unable to conceive with their own eggs. For more information, visit http://www.eggfreezing.com or call (877) 978-4747.


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