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Surrogacy and Egg Donation. Why Ukraine?
For many years, Center for Human Reproduction BioTexCom has been successfully conducting and improving programs of surrogate motherhood and egg donation for infertile couples from around the world. BioTexCom medical center is familiar to everybody – it knocks people’ socks with great results, kindles international media’s interest, and year by year keeps leading ground in the reproductive medicine field. BioTexCom is a perfect combination of professional team, certified talented doctors, Ukrainian hospitality and high success rate of medical programs. Our doctors develop the most effective methods of infertility treatment and achieve successful results conducting minimum number of IVF attempts.
Much of BioTexCom clinic is owed to famous Ukrainian embryologist, geneticist and just a talented scientist, Yury Verlinsky. He was one of the first in the world who introduced pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), which is so popular in modern reproductive medicine. It was he who initiated PGD use for the hereditary diseases prevention. Due to Yury Verlinsky’s developments, today BioTexCom center has an opportunity to conduct IVF programs for aged women, excluding all health risks and fetal abnormalities.
History of our clinic has a great records page as well. In 2012, Swiss woman appealed for help to the BioTexCom clinic and went through the IVF program with donor eggs. As a result, 66-year-old woman successfully gave birth to healthy twins. Visiting our reproductive center women of 40, 50, 60 … years are successfully carried out such programs as IVF, surrogate motherhood, egg donation. Center for Human Reproduction BioTexCom received an award for the best service (Customer Service Award). Managers who help foreign patients during the program are fluent in different languages : English, German, Italian, French, Romanian, Hebrew and Chinese. BioTexCom is the only clinic of reproductive medicine in Europe, where clients are offered the most favorable conditions and 100% guarantee.
BioTexCom Medical Center was founded in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev, by a German citizen Mr. Albert Totchilovsky. He has gathered rich European experience and combined it with unique skills of Ukrainian specialists. Doctors of BioTexCom center deal even with the most hopeless cases of infertility. Over clinic’s history of work, it gives the good of long-awaited happiness of motherhood and fatherhood to thousands of infertile couples from around the world. After numerous failed IVF attempts, they go to Ukraine, because there is no absolute infertility for BioTexCom specialists!
Here is a video taken at the time of our participation at the FTS conference in Dublin, Ireland. BioTexCom clinic was represented by two main managers of the clinic: Anastasia Aleksandrova who’s been the Head of English Department for years, and Yaryna Datsenko, a very successful Egg donation manager. The conference was very client-oriented, thereRead more →
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For a long time, Center for Human Reproduction “BioTexCom” became known not only in European countries among infertile patients, but also was widely discussed in mass media.Read more →
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