Cryos USA Launches Donor Egg Bank at One Year Anniversary of Orlando Headquarters

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One year after moving its USA headquarters to Orlando, the world’s largest sperm bank will launch a new donor egg bank.

We are very excited to be able to further our vision in helping the childless make their dreams come true.

Cryos International, the world’s largest international sperm bank, will celebrate one year in Orlando on Wednesday, April 6 with a ribbon cutting ceremony launching their new 2,600 square foot donor egg bank. The ceremony will take place from 10 am to 12 pm and will include one-on-one interviews with Founder and CEO, Ole Schou, Vice President, Angel Tillis, Reproductive Endocrinologist and Surgeon, Dr. Mark Trolice and Tissue Bank Director/Embryologist, Corey Burke. The center includes a full embryology lab and surgical center and has begun taking applications from women to become egg donors.

In one year of operation in Orlando, Cryos has accepted sperm donations and catered to those in need of third-party insemination. Due to the vast success of assisted reproduction through sperm donation, the new donor egg bank will now give women the chance to donate and help childless people in the local community and throughout the United States. With a large population of professional women waiting until later in life to have children, the demand for donor eggs has become greater than the supply. Egg freezing technology has advanced making it possible to freeze unfertilized eggs, referred to as oocytes. The new donor egg bank not only gives women the opportunity to preserve their own fertility, but also the option to be an egg donor.

The paradigm shift from fresh to frozen eggs in the fertility industry creates several advantages for the intended parents. There is much more freedom in the selection process, and as a result it is considerably less expensive. Additionally, there is less worry and more control over the treatment because there is no risk of donor related delays. Cryos plans to begin working with reproductive clinics this summer.

“We are very excited to be able to further our vision in helping the childless make their dreams come true,“ said Ole Schou, Founder and CEO of Cryos International. “We hope that women in the Orlando area will donate with us to help families in the United States and abroad.”

The egg donor application process takes about 30 days to complete. Once approved, donors begin working with coordinators and physicians. Retrieval is typically within 30 days. Initial meetings, training, education and retrievals will all take place at the new donor egg bank facility at 2200 N. Alafaya Trail, Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32826. The center’s first egg retrievals occurred during the last week of March.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on April, 6 from 10 am to 12 pm. For questions regarding Cryos’ new donor egg bank, or the upcoming ceremony, please contact our USA headquarters at 407-230-1175.

About Cryos International

As the world’s largest sperm bank, Cryos International is the leader in third party reproduction and personalized insemination services. Delivering to more than 80 countries, Cryos aims to ensure a wide selection of high-quality, extensively screened donor sperm , and soon donor eggs from all races, ethnicities and phenotypes for tailored fertility treatments. An extensive network of clients and medical institutions worldwide has helped Cryos achieve the highest number of pregnancies in the world assisted by donor sperm. Through medical partnerships, evolving research and highly customizable insemination, Cryos continues to improve and expand its global services to assist infertile families in achieving successful, full-term pregnancies.

For more information about Cryos International, visit usa.cryosinternational.com.

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Angel Tillis
Vice President
Cryos International – USA, LLC
407-230-1175
at(at)cryosinternational(dot)com

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