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Saturday, 21 October 2017 11:46

IVF Usage: Religion and Social Factors Top Concerns

In the past the focus has been on economic issues - who can afford IVF with both wealth and insurance. It now seems other factors play a larger role. Although one in 8 couples experience fertility issues and many of them turn to Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) to help them have a child, usage varies significantly across Europe. A new Oxford study has shed light on some of the reasons behind this - pinpointing moral and social acceptance of the treatment and religion as key. Previous research has mainly focused on the economic issues that can affect ART usage, such…
Friday, 20 October 2017 11:45

Another Great Company Offering Financial Support for Surrogacy: Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young LLP offers 16 weeks of fully paid parental leave, covers up to $25,000 in adoption cost and helps to cover infertility and/or surrogacy costs. Each employee also gets three weeks vacation, three personal days, and 10 paid days off annually. For a more affordable surrogacy with legal protections for the intended parents from inception, contact us at Delivering Dreams. Learn if we can help you grow your family. Financing is also available. 908-386-3864 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 11:43

Johnson & Johnson Offers Surrogacy and Infertility Funding - Not a J&J employee? Delivering Dreams offers affordable Ukrainian surrogacy and financing

Johnson & Johnson offers all employees 40 hours of paid time off annually, adoption and surrogacy aid up to $20,000 per child and fertility aid up to $35,000. For a more affordable surrogacy with legal protections for the intended parents from inception, contact us at Delivering Dreams. Learn if we can help you grow your family. Financing is also available. 908-386-3864 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Saturday, 16 September 2017 11:16

Ukrainian Surrogacy Laws Protect Intended Parents and Prevent the Problems Causing Cambodia to Permanently Ban Surrogacy

Unlike in Ukraine, surrogacy in Cambodia was unregulated. Surrogates in Cambodia were poorlyselected and ill-prepared. This is the exact opposite of Ukraine, where the law has strict legal rules and regulations regarding surrogacy and surrogate screening. At Delivering Dreams, only 1 of 12 applicants are considered for surrogacy. We support and care for our surrogates with psychological, nutritional and general support before and throughout the pregnancy. With this ban, Ukraine is one of the few low cost options for surrogacy. Find out more about the surrogacy ban in Cambodia: Commercial surrogacy in Cambodia will be permanently and completely banned if…
Wednesday, 13 September 2017 11:14

Fear Designer Super Babies? Genetic Embryo Testing In Ukrainian Surrogacy Already Eliminates Most Genetic Diseases

Worried about designer babies? Most of the concerns about new CRISPR gene editing breakthroughs are myths. Skills, talents and intelligence are based on a multitude of genes and 50% on the environmental "nurture" effects. Many diseases, like cancer, are not triggered by a single gene. To prevent most genetic diseases and disorders, we at Delivering Dreams offer full 24 chromosome genetic testing of embryos implantation for all our surrogacy programs in Ukraine. Five myths about gene editing CRISPR’s breakthrough made headlines. But are we ready to engineer designer babies? Gene editing made great strides this month when scientists reported success…
Tuesday, 15 August 2017 11:11

Ukraine is One of the Few Low Cost Surrogacy Options as Nepal Bans Surrogacy as did India and Thailand

Nepal Bans Surrogacy, Leaving Couples With Few Low-Cost Options MAY 2, 2016 KATHMANDU, Nepal — The embryos belonged somewhere, but probably not in this empty fertility clinic in the capital of Nepal. For months, they had sat suspended in a tank of liquid nitrogen at the fertility center at the Grande City Clinic and Hospital, which until recently operated a robust surrogacy business that attracted would-be parents from around the world. But the embryos are now stuck in limbo after Nepal abruptly banned surrogacy in September. “We’ve gotten to the point now where it’s shut down and we don’t know…
Monday, 07 August 2017 11:09

Pinterest Provides up to $20k for Surrogacy Assistance

A leading "new economy" company now provides adoption and surrogacy assistance to employees. Pinterest is Awesome. Pinterest is the super-popular site that lets you sell your home-made goods online. Wait, I mean it lets you send pictures that are erased after a few seconds. Hold on, wrong again. Pinterest lets you, er, pin stuff? Although I am not totally up on the site and its functionality, I can confirm that the company is showing signs of being a great employer. This week, Pinterest announced that starting July 1, its 500+ employees will be eligible to receive up to $5,000 in…
Sunday, 06 August 2017 11:07

Ukrainian Surrogacy Avoids US State Legal Uncertainties: One State's Battle

Democratic lawmakers in New Jersey are once again trying to enact legislation—already vetoed twice by Republican Gov. Chris Christie—that would permit legally binding gestational carrier agreements. In such a contract, a woman agrees to carry the fertilized egg of another woman through pregnancy. S-1238, like its predecessors, would require the surrogate mother to immediately forfeit all maternity rights, which the state Supreme Court deemed untenable in its watershed ruling decades ago in the Baby M case. Christie vetoed similar bills in 2015 and 2012, but sponsors and supports insist they will continue their efforts. The Senate passed the bill—sponsored by…
Saturday, 05 August 2017 11:04

Surrogacy and Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian showed her decision process to use a surrogate on her E! television show. Kim Kardashian and her husband Kanye West are hiring a surrogate to carry and give birth to their third child, People magazine reported last week. The price tag for the pregnancy? Upwards of $100,000. This isn’t just the high price celebrities pay. That’s actually broadly in line with the $98,000 to $140,000 national average, according to surrogacy agency ConceiveAbilities, which ranges from $98,000 to $140,000. The medication alone used for in vitro fertilization costs thousands of dollars, and fees for a full surrogacy including childbirth…
Thursday, 03 August 2017 11:03

Could Sperm Donation Replace Egg Donation in Surrogacy?

Sperm counts appear to be plummeting throughout the Western world, according to a large study of men around the world. An international team of scientists analyzed data from nearly 43,000 men in dozens of industrialized countries and found that sperm counts dropped by more than half over nearly four decades. "I think that we should take this very seriously," says Shanna Swan, a reproductive epidemiologist at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. She helped conduct the study published in the journal Human Reproduction Update. "I think it's a wake-up call," Swan says. Previous studies have…
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