Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2015
Growing Generations is excited to announce details of an upcoming tour of Europe including stops in Paris, Rome, Madrid, Valencia, Seville, and Barcelona. The tour begins in Paris on June 15th and concludes in Barcelona on June 19th, 2015.
Growing Generations’ Director of International Relations Jessica Junyent will be joined by IVF physicians Dr. Said Daneshmand and Dr. Bruce Shapiro of The Fertility Centers of Las Vegas, as the trio present a series of free seminars about Ethical Surrogacy in the United States.
The emphasis of the seminars will be to educate and expand awareness of the assisted reproduction options available in the United States.
Key areas of discussion will include:
- How to maximize success and minimize costs
- Who are surrogates and why do they do this
- Managing your relationship with the surrogate
- Why you want a surrogate match customized for your needs
- The medical criteria that is used to select an ideal surrogate and egg donor
- The diagnostic testing and screening of the egg donor and surrogate
- Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) of embryos
- Single vs double embryo transfer
The trio will be presenting in Rome on June 17th, Madrid on June 18th, and in Barcelona on June 19th. Each seminar is structured to allow for an ample question and answer session following the presentation. Additionally, there will be time available to schedule private meetings with the experts. Anyone wishing to schedule a private meeting can email Nicholas(at)growinggenerations(dot)com.
For seminar times and location, please visit: http://www.growinggenerations.com/news
About Growing Generations
Founded in 1996, Growing Generations is a Los Angeles based company dedicated to creating lives and supporting families through egg donation, gestational surrogacy and parental education. They aim to provide ethical, safe, successful and cost effective assisted reproductive services to individuals regardless of sexual orientation, marital status or HIV status. Since their inception they have helped bring more than 1,300 babies into the world.