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CHICAGO, Nov 24, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Three leading area fertility solutions agencies today announced the launch of a unique cooperative program to help intended parents better manage the risk of egg donors dropping out before the retrieval process is completed.
The "Shared Risk Donor Program" is an initiative by The Center for Egg Options (CEO), Northbrook, IL; ConceiveAbilities, and Alternative Reproductive Resources (ARR), both of Chicago.
"The process of building a family through advanced reproductive technologies can be stressful," said Nancy Block of CEO ( http://www.egg411.com/ ). "The early loss of an egg donor doesn't happen often, but when it does, it's emotionally frustrating and a financial drain."
According to Robin von Halle of ARR ( http://www.arr1.com/ ), "We all recognized the problem and shared the desire to offer a solution that demonstrated how seriously we take our roles as advocates for our clients -- and as leaders at putting our industry in a more positive light."
For further information, contact Block at 847.656.8733; Fontes at 773.868.3971; or von Halle at 773.327.7325.
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