Boston Area Fertility Center Open House for LGBTQ Men and Women Who Want to Become Parents

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The Reproductive Science Center of New England will hold an informative Open House to answer questions about assisted reproductive technology for LGBTQ men and women on May 22, 2013 in Lexington, MA.

Many gay men do not realize that they can have their own biologically related children using assisted reproductive technologies.

As an interracial, lesbian couple, we expected obstacles. Every step of the way, RSC New England treated us respectfully and professionally and embraced our diversity with ease.

The Reproductive Science Center (RSC) of New England, a leader in providing assisted reproductive services for LGBTQ men and women, will hold a Q and A Open House on May 22, 2013 for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender queer men and women who want to become parents. The Open House begins promptly at 5:30 PM at RSC New England's Lexington, Massachusetts IVF Center. The event is free, but registration is required by calling 800.858.4832 or registering online at GayIVF.com.

RSC New England has been helping lesbian couples become parents since opening in 1988. In 1998, Medical Director Samuel Pang, MD was the first Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility specialist physician in New England to assist a gay male couple become parents using donor eggs and a gestational surrogate. Within recent years, RSC New England has helped transgender and gender queer men and women become parents or to preserve their fertility prior to hormonal or surgical transition.

Dr. Pang will be available to answer questions, in a group setting, about family building options using assisted reproductive technologies for LGBTQ men and women. Register by calling 800.858.4832 or online at GayIVF.com.

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