However, many fertility doctors and fertility clinics still market for donors by advertising that their donors will remain anonymous.
Encino, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2018
Elaine Gordon, Ph.D., who has been evaluating surrogate mothers for the Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. for over 25 years, recently presented at a fertility conference. The topic of Dr. Gordon’s speech was “No more anonymous egg donation, even though doctors and fertility clinics still advertise it.”
“With the internet, DNA testing and social media sites the time of anonymous sperm and egg donation is now officially over,” said Dr. Gordon. “However, many fertility doctors and fertility clinics still market for donors by advertising that their donors will remain anonymous.”
Currently, there are a number of social media sites and also on Ancestry.com where those who are related can easily find each other. As for Dr. Gordon, her work does not end once a reproductive success is achieved or when a baby arrives, but continues as she helps families tackle issues regarding secrecy, disclosure and talking to one’s children about their beginnings.
About Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc.
Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. has been helping intended parents for over 37 years to become parents. It is a world-renowned surrogacy agency with offices in Encino, CA, and Annapolis, MD. Center for Surrogate Parenting currently has surrogate moms in 35 states in America. For more information, please call the Encino office at (818) 788-8288, the Annapolis office at (410) 224-0151, or visit http://www.creatingfamilies.com.
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