NAFG Announces Expanded International Surrogacy and Egg Donation Program
NEW YORK, July 20, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – The Northeast Assisted Fertility Group (NAFG), already among the leading surrogacy and egg donation programs in the United States, is pleased to announce its enhanced International Program, extending a more complete menu of services to citizens of England, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, and other countries where the practice of egg donation and surrogacy is restricted or very limited.
Ever since it was founded, NAFG has served clients all over the United States as well as in many other parts of the world. Now its expanded international surrogacy and egg donation program offers special assistance for citizens from Europe and other global regions. These services include presenting a wide selection of healthy, educated egg donor candidates, providing a responsible and caring gestational carrier (surrogate), offering clinical resources, coordinating appointments and travel for all parties involved, and furnishing legal contracts and immigration guidance.
NAFG has established itself as the leading egg donor program on the United States’ east coast, by offering a highly selective pool of desirable egg donor candidates in its database and providing superb client service. NAFG has gained the trust and endorsement of the most prestigious IVF (in vitro fertilization) clinics, such as Cornell’s Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, New York University Fertility Center, Reproductive Medicine Associates, Boston IVF, The Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Reproductive Medicine and many others. Its surrogacy program offers a convenient alternative to the west coast programs, as well as superior, customized protocols that result in significantly lower disruption rates than in some larger surrogacy programs.
According to Sanford Benardo, the founder and president of NAFG, “We get frequent inquiries from fertility patients outside the US who are unable to take advantage of egg donation and surrogacy in their own countries and need a great deal of guidance. We offer them an information-filled egg donor database, accessible from their own home computers. We also direct them to the best clinical resources, founded on the excellent relationships we have established with the top IVF clinics in the country, who welcome our international referrals.”
Description of NAFG’s international egg donation and surrogacy program can be found on their Web site http://www.assistedfertility.com/international/index.shtml; text appears in English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German.
SOURCE Northeast Assisted Fertility Group