On 1 September, during the yearly Fertility Network meeting, GCRM Glasgow will be offering an intimate and private space to all couples looking for information about fertility treatments at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 2 Sauchiehall Street, First Floor, Glasgow.
IVF Spain has been invited by the Scottish fertility clinic to meet their patients and offer them further information about egg donation in Spain. All participants will have the opportunity to meet and speak to fertility expert, Esther Olmos, but also to pose questions directly to the patient coordinators who will take care of them throughout their treatment.
We would therefore like to thank GCRM Glasgow for giving us the opportunity to help couples to fulfil their dream of becoming parents together.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the birth of Louise Brown, the first baby to have been born after conception by in-vitro fertilisation. Since then, many scientific advances have been made, especially in Spain – now at the European forefront in terms of fertility treatments.
This has been possible thanks to Spain’s liberal legislation, having one of the most advanced laws on assisted reproduction worldwide allowing anonymous gamete donation and setting the fenotypic matching between donors and recipients as mandatory. But at IVF Spain we even go further and perform genetic testing on all our egg donors in order to ensure the health future generations.