Wednesday, March 21, 2007

The Sun Online - News: The IVF tourists.. back for more

The Sun Online - News: The IVF tourists.. back for more: "The desperate couple, who had spent £8,000 on IVF treatment in the UK and endured seven miscarriages over 18 years, discovered the Malpani Infertility Clinic on the internet and flew to India. Not convinced that Wendy’s own eggs would develop, Dr Aniruddha Malpani, and his wife Anjali, both 45, implanted four donated Indian embryos, along with two of Wendy’s own. It was the adopted embryo which finally came to fruition and Freya came into the world on June 4, 2005.

Now Brian, 45, a lorry driver, and Wendy 41, have returned to Mumbai to introduce Freya to the doctors who helped create her and to undergo a second embryo adoption procedure. Wendy says: “It was an incredible moment introducing Freya to the Malpanis. One day we will tell her all about the story behind her birth.

“Freya’s conception happened because some wonderful couple had IVF treatment at the Malpanis’ clinic but allowed their leftover embryos to be kept in storage to help other childless couples."

I believe what sets us apart from most other IVF clinic is that we treat infertile couples as intelligent adults who are capable of making their own decisions for themselves. This is why we often treat couples who have been refused treatment by other doctors; and allow them to take an active part in formulating their treatment plan.

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