IVF and Surrogacy: What You Need to Know with CCRM New York and Egg Donor & Surrogacy Institute – New York, NY
About this Event
Join experts from CCRM Fertility New York and the Egg Donor & Surrogacy Institute (EDSI) for this FREE, virtual information session to obtain the information you’ll need to help you make well-informed decisions as you embark on your journey to become a parent via surrogacy.
New York will legalize gestational surrogacy on Feb. 15th, a landmark measure that will make building your family via gestational surrogacy more convenient and accessible for New York residents.
Topics of discussion will include:
• IVF 101 Overview of CCRM New York
• The new NY gestational surrogacy law broken down in layman’s terms
• The working relationship between fertility specialists and third-party assisted reproduction agencies
• When you should seek help from an agency
• How to find a reputable agency
• What to expect as an intended parent or surrogate.
This event is free to attend but registration is required so RSVP today. After registering you will receive a link to join this webinar.
Our surrogacy and IVF experts include:
• Dr. Sheeva Talebian is an award winning board-certified reproductive endocrinologist. Dr. Talebian is a member of the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) and the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Experienced in the area of surrogacy, egg donation, and same sex reproduction, Dr. Talebian serves as director of third party reproduction at CCRM New York.
• Parham Zar is the Founder and Managing Director of the Egg Donor & Surrogacy Institute (EDSI). During his tenure at EDSI, Parham has helped thousands of intended parents bring their dream of parenthood to fruition. As a leading expert within the third party assisted reproduction industry, Parham has served as a vital resource to New York legislators tasked with writing state surrogacy laws, and is the author of the upcoming book, “Should I Get a Surrogate: Answering the Questions You Have, and Some You Didn’t Know to Ask”.