WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 The Northeast Assisted Fertility Group (NAFG), already the leading surrogacy and egg donation program in Boston and New York, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office that will expand its services and resources to all its clients in the Washington, DC area.
Ever since it was founded, NAFG has served clients all over the United States and internationally. And now, with its newly expanded pool of donors, carriers, and clients, it is even easier for egg donors and egg donor recipients, as well as gestational carriers and intended parents, to take advantage of NAFG's services.
NAFG has established itself as the leading egg donor program on the east coast by offering a highly selective pool of desirable egg donor candidates on its database and providing superb client service. NAFG has gained the trust and endorsement of the most prestigious IVF clinics, such as Cornell's Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, New York University Fertility, Reproductive Medicine Associates, Boston IVF, The Brigham and Women's Hospital, and many others. Its surrogacy program has attracted intended parents throughout the United States as well as internationally, offering a convenient alternative to the west coast programs, as well as superior, customized protocols that result in significantly lower disruption rates than in some larger programs.
Sanford Benardo, NAFG's president, founded the company because he saw a need for egg donation and surrogacy resources in the eastern United States. Up until then, most surrogacy and egg donor agencies were located in California, because its state regulations were particularly favorable to these arrangements. But with recent legal developments in the east, especially in Massachusetts, Benardo, an attorney concentrating in assisted reproduction law, saw a unique opportunity. By recruiting candidates for egg donation and surrogacy in the Northeast, NAFG has been able to offer especially educated and dynamic young women eager to help couples and individuals dealing with infertility.
According to Benardo, "Our new Washington DC location will offer the opportunity for our egg donors, gestational carriers, and intended parents to work locally, or take advantage of our recruitment efforts in other cities across the country. This makes NAFG unique among surrogacy and egg donation programs."
SOURCE Northeast Assisted Fertility Group