INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- California Cryobank (CCB), the nation's leading sperm bank, today announced the opening of its newest branch in Indianapolis, IN. In conjunction with General BioTechnology, CCB Indiana joins Los Angeles (2), New York, Cambridge, and Palo Alto as California Cryobank's sixth facility.
Led by principals Erik Woods, PhD., HCLD(ABB), and John Critser, PhD., General BioTech is a nationally respected cryopreservation and storage facility established in Indianapolis in 1997.
"We are thrilled to welcome Indiana to our growing family," California Cryobank co-founder/CEO Dr. Charles Sims explains. "I have known Erik and John for years and I have tremendous respect for their laboratory practices and professional standards. The ability to add a lab of this caliber to our operations team is a huge asset to our company."
With the donor recruiting process less than a week old, CCB Indiana has already received almost 100 on-line applications at www.spermbank.com.
Strict screening standards and donor selection are important elements in the CCB formula according to CCB co-founder/Medical Director Dr. Cappy Rothman. "Our goal is to provide as wide a variety of highly-qualified donors as possible so that our clients are able to find their ideal donor. To do that we need to continually increase our recruiting efforts and expand our donor catalog."
Men ages 19-39 residing near Indianapolis or any other a CCB facility can apply to become a sperm donor at www.spermbank.com.
California Cryobank offers donor semen services, private reproductive tissue storage, andrology services, and umbilical cord blood stem cell storage through www.FamilyCord.com.
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