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Egg Freezing for Free (Webinar)

8th August 2024 at 18.00

Preserve your options for the future.

Whatever your reasons, if you think you might want a family someday but aren’t ready right now, egg freezing gives you the choice to decide when the time is right for you. Egg freezing is a way to preserve your eggs and put your fertility on hold so that you can still have a chance at the family you dreamed of.

Imagine an option in which you can freeze your eggs and help people build families who may not otherwise be able to do so.

In this webinar, we will discuss our unique programme Freeze and Share, which gives you an opportunity to freeze your eggs for free and at the same time give another family the chance to have the baby they are longing for. By taking part in our Freeze and Share programme, you’ll receive an egg-freezing cycle plus three years' storage free of charge. In exchange, you'll donate half the eggs collected from your treatment to London Egg Bank.

Practical topics covered include:

1) When is the "best" time in life to freeze your eggs

2) What kind of time commitment is involved

3) What is the egg-freezing experience like

4) How much does it cost and what novel pathways to cost savings?

We are specialists in egg freezing, having frozen over 50,000 eggs and thawed over 16,000. Our years of experience allow us to have a cumulative pregnancy success rate with frozen eggs of 74%, for patients 35 and under.

Join our Consultant in Reproductive Medicine Dr Priti Jain for a conversation on fertility health and fertility preservation.  

Mr Summers

Mr Michael Summers MD., PhD., FACOG

Educated at Cambridge University and a member of King's College, Mr Summers has held staff appointments at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London; University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, and many more. He is a Clinical Associate Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the Division of Reproductive Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Centre. As well as this, he holds an Honorary Readership in the School of Biosciences at the University of Kent. He is currently a Consultant in Reproductive Medicine at the London Women's Clinic and London Egg Bank specialising in Fertility, Gynaecology and Genetics.

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