Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 12th, 2004
The service will allow women to proactively plan for the future - just as they plan for personal and professional development - by freezing and storing their young, healthy eggs for the time when they are ready to start their families.
According to Texas Fertility Center, it will be the first center in Texas to offer the Extend Fertility egg-freezing service to both fertile and medical-necessity patients.
"This development represents a huge...
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