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PlanetHospital(TM) Helps Gay Couples Discover Having Children Via Surrogacy in India

FREE Presentation/Surrogacy Seminar Series

CHICAGO, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ --

    Who:          PlanetHospital(TM), the leader and pioneer in medical

    What:         A highly informative meet and greet between gay couples,
                  singles, and infertile couples in Los Angeles and New York
                  with PlanetHospital(TM) Principles introducing Dr. Gautam N.
                  Allahbadia. Admission is FREE.

    When:         Monday, January 26 from 12:30pm-2:00pm or 8:00pm-9:30pm
                  Tuesday, January 27 from 12:30pm-2:00pm or 7:00pm-8:30pm

    Where:        (Monday) Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT)
                  Center of New York, 208 W. 13th Street, New York, and
                  (Tuesday) Electric Karma Restaurant, 8222 1/2 W. 3rd Street,
                  Los Angeles


The Gay community along with PlanetHospital(TM) is embarking upon a quiet revolution regarding a secure, permissible, affordable, and frustration-free journey to parenthood. Gay couples are going to India to have children that are legally theirs and avoiding the hassles and costs involved with adopting or having a surrogate in the U.S.

PlanetHospital(TM) presents Dr. Gautam N. Allahbadia, M.D. Director of Rotunda -The Center for Human Reproduction, the world-renowned infertility clinic at Bandra, Mumbai, India . Dr. Allahbadia is the Medical Director at the Deccan Fertility Clinic & Keyhole Surgery Center, Shivaji Park, Mumbai, India. He is a noted world authority on ultrasound guided embryo transfers and one of the pioneers in third party reproduction in South-East Asia.

"Now, same-sex couples can exercise their right to have a family, even if their right to legally marry has been denied," says Rudy Rupak, Co-Founder and President of PLANETHOSPITAL(TM), the world's largest medical tourism company and presenting sponsor to the lecture. "We make the process affordable and worry-free." Dr. Gautam Allahbadia, the pioneer behind the overseas gay surrogacy movement, will be giving a FREE presentation on this topic in two cities: Jan 26th at the Gay Center in New York, and Jan 27th at the Electric Karma Restaurant in Los Angeles. To date, Dr. Allahbadia has successfully assisted seven gay couples from the US to have children of their own from his ISO Certified clinic in Mumbai, India.

Why choose PlanetHospital(TM):

Cost of surrogacy in the Untied States is two to three times more than the cost of Surrogacy in India. PlanetHospital(TM) makes the process stress-free by taking care of all test arrangements, travel arrangements, visas, passports, and provide concierge service. PlanetHospital(TM) doctors are readily available to answer questions and concerns throughout the process and works only with the world's finest IVF specialists such as Dr. Allahbadia.

About Dr. Gautam N. Allahbadia:

Throughout his career, Dr. Allahbadia has been instrumental in developing new fertility-enhancing protocols and prorogating the use of ultrasound in embryo transfer procedures. The development of a highly successful egg donation program at Rotunda has made it possible to achieve pregnancies in women who have premature ovarian failure. He was responsible for India's first trans-ethnic surrogate pregnancy involving a Chinese couple's baby delivered by an Indian surrogate mother. Dr. Allahbadia and his world-class team of reproductive endocrinologists, embryologists, andrologists and infertility specialists have helped hundreds of couples have babies through assisted reproduction. Within the course of his prolific career, he has authored over 100 scientific papers, 60 book chapters and 13 textbooks, the latest of which is a comprehensive text, entitled "Embryo Transfer" available from Jaypee Medical Publishers.

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