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Monday, 24 September 2018 17:32
Children After Cancer With Ukrainian Surrogacy
Cancer does not have prejudice. Women, both old and young, all around the world are facing the ups and downs of the debilitating disease. Young women, however, are sometimes forced to consider another factor due to their diagnosis: infertility. This is precisely why surrogate mothers are bringing miracles to cancer survivors every day. Surrogate mothers are providing hope to women dealing with devastating circumstances and are delivering priceless gifts to women who may not have any other chance at starting a family! The road to surrogacy, however, is not a simple one. There are so many questions that a woman…
Sunday, 23 September 2018 11:49
Locked Out Of Asia, Americans Are Turning To Eastern Europe To Hire Gestational Surrogates
It’s a relatively affordable but ethically complicated path to parenthood. By Sarah Elizabeth Richards In the decade that Los Angeles residents Paula Campos and Rey Funes have been trying to have a baby, they’ve endured three failed in-vitro fertilization treatments, a stalled adoption application and the news that Campos had poor egg quality. With each disappointment, the couple found a next step to try ― that is, until Campos learned that a painful hip misalignment discovered after trying to train for a marathon meant that she couldn’t tolerate the weight of a pregnancy. The verdict: The couple would have to…
Saturday, 22 September 2018 16:07
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Friday, 21 September 2018 17:36
Artificial Ovary’ Makes Fertility Possible After Chemo Treatments
Cancer prevents many women from carrying a child. This may offer an option. Surrogacy is also an option and Ukrainian surrogacy is affordable. A new development could give women a second chance at conceiving after damaging chemotherapy treatments. By Tim Hayes ENLARGE A recent article from The Guardian had good news for cancer survivors looking to start a family. A team of doctors in Copenhagen has used human tissue and eggs to developed an “artificial ovary” that could restore fertility after damaging treatments like chemo- and radiotherapy. The lab-made ovaries can keep human eggs alive for several weeks, during which conception could happen. The current…
Thursday, 20 September 2018 18:47
Delivering Dreams International Surrogacy: Ethical Problems Solvers That Always Have Your Back!
In one of many fun stories from her life and work, Delivering Dreams’ founder shows the values she holds essential and how the Delivering Dreams’ team will always be there for you. Learn more about international surrogacy with Delivering Dreams: Delivering Dreams helps couples throughout the US struggling with infertility have children. Located in NJ and Kyiv, Ukraine, our amazing medical facilities and professionals, surrogates and donors are in Ukraine, because Ukrainian law protects the rights of parents and their children from inception at affordable costs and high success rates. Unique to Delivering Dreams, we offer guaranteed not to exceed,…
Monday, 17 September 2018 13:16
Illegal Underground Surrogacy in China - Choose Legal and Regulated Surrogacy in Ukraine
Couples pay anywhere between £40,000 to £114,000 for poor women to carry their children. China’s underground, unregulated and illegal surrogacy market is booming. Couples should look to Ukraine for safe, regulated surrogacy that is a fraction of the cost of surrogacy in China. For more on the legal benefits to parents and surrogacy costs in Ukraine, see www.international-surrogacy.com. Article By Ruchira Sharma China's illegal surrogacy market is booming with vast numbers of women earning money through offering their wombs for service. Women in rural villages are being lured away from their factory jobs to carry others' fertilized eggs to birth…
Friday, 14 September 2018 05:46
Working to Make IVF and Egg-Freezing Standard Employee Benefits – Ukrainian IVF and Surrogacy Already Affordable
This article by Annamarie Higley demonstrates how IVF can cost you life’s saving in the US. She shows that available infertility insurance has many exclusions and limitations. One company, Carrot, is trying to change this in the US. In Ukraine, Delivering Dreams already offers these services affordably. Storing embryos for a year, for example, costs just $350. For many of us, experiences with fertility treatment have been confined to Hollywood. We cheered on Mindy Kaling’s character from The Mindy Project as she opened her fertility clinic in downtown NYC. Then we devoured news articles about why Kim Kardashian and Kanye…
Thursday, 13 September 2018 10:34
Which Companies Offer Ivf Benefits? Which Are On The Naughty List?
By ELLEN TRACHMAN Given how important and life-changing these benefits are, we can hope that the business case for offering them eventually wins out. Hearing that you need assistance to conceive a child can be heartbreaking. And worse, for many people, paying for the assistance can be financially out of reach. Fertility treatments are going to be expensive, no matter whether it’s (1) artificial insemination with a sperm donor (which is more clinically referred to as intrauterine insemination (IUI)), (2) in vitro fertilization (IVF) with one’s own genetic material or with a donor, or, (3) the pinnacle of expensive fertility…
Wednesday, 12 September 2018 04:40
What is ICSI treatment?
How it differs from IVF and what is the success rate in Ukrainian Surrogacy? ICSI is for couples who experience problems with male fertilityIn our Ukrainian surrogacy programs, we always use ICSI. We have found it to be more successful. With egg donation, our surrogacy program is 68% successful with ICSI.Yes, there are many other factors, such as our incredibly thorough screening of donors and surrogates in a way that would not be financially feasible in the US due to the high cost of health care. Still, our amazing medical facilities and experienced scientists conducting this procedure make a difference…
Monday, 10 September 2018 15:20
First Human Eggs Grown In Laboratory: Ukrainian Surrogacy of the Future
Human eggs have been grown in the laboratory for the first time, say researchers at the University of Edinburgh. The team say the technique could lead to new ways of preserving the fertility of children having cancer treatment. It is also an opportunity to explore how human eggs develop, much of which remains a mystery to science. Experts said it was an exciting breakthrough, but more work was needed before it could be used clinically. Women are born with immature eggs in their ovaries that can develop fully only after puberty. It has taken decades of work, but scientists can…