Many families are turning to Assisted Reproduction in order to create or expand their families. There are an estimated 500,000 cryo-preserved embryo’s in storage. The families who have created these embryos have several options once they have completed their families, they can donate the remaining embryos to science, destroy them, keep them in storage, or donate them to another couple hoping to have a child. The following links will take you to an article about Embryo adoption that was recently in the Washington Post, and CBS interviews with several families who are going through embryo adoption, recipient and donors.
- "Joanne Loewenstern, 79, recently reunited with her 100-year-old birth mother, Lillian Ciminieri, whom she had beli… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 hours ago
- #QuoteOfTheDay https://t.co/Feo79gACgq 8 hours ago
- "An adoption forum is a great place to have questions answered, get advice, and have discussions with others who ca… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 hours ago
- Birth Mother Voices | What was placement day like? youtube.com/watch?v=g608cy… 23 hours ago