Manor IVF, an international IVF and assisted reproductive services provider, partners with Assuta Medical Centre in Israel to provide egg donation treatment to overseas patients. Government policy that enables local women under the age of 45 to access free unlimited IVF procedures has made Israel the highest per capita users of the procedure in the world and the country has become a popular choice for overseas patients seeking IVF and egg donation.
Led by leading andrologist and fertility specialist, Dr Shlomi Barak, Assuta Medical Centre is the largest IVF unit in Israel and one of the busiest worldwide. The Centre’s Chief Embryology is Dr Pavel Itsykson, who also acts as Head of Embryology for Manor IVF.
The egg donation programme at Manor IVF in Israel involves the collection of sperm in Israel and the fertilisation of donor eggs by a team of Israeli embryologists at the company’s facility in Eastern Europe. Embryo transfer is performed at Assuta Medical Centre. Frozen sperm can be transported from the patient’s home country to the clinic, if necessary.
Manor IVF provides comprehensive support for patients visiting Israel for egg donation treatment, offering services such as help with travel and accommodation arrangements and organising free time and tourist activities.
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