Parker, CO, February 29, 2012
-- Rocky Mountain Fertility Center has just announced that they are offering a new infertility treatment package for patients that need donor oocytes in order to conceive. This new package will significantly decrease the cost of a donor oocyte treatment cycle.
Because Donor oocyte IVF cycles are so expensive, often costing close to $30,000, many patients are unable to afford this treatment therapy when they need it. In order to help patients pursue their dreams of parenthood, Rocky Mountain Fertility Center has started to offer an optional donor oocyte treatment package that involves the recipient, receiving only 50% of the eggs retrieved for their own use, the remaining 50% will be donated by the egg donor to the Rocky Mountain Fertility Lab Egg Bank.
This package will result in substantial savings without compromising success rates.
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