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The Center for Reproductive Medicine & Infertility. Also was known as Weil Medical College of Cornell University, (formerly, The New York Hospital of Cornell University). Check Fairfax Cryobank and California Cryobank for matches, as donors may have originated from there.
I would love to know you are out there! I have run my DNA (as well as my parents) on the 23andme website, as well as Ancestry.com, and Family Tree. Since NY hospitals refuse to allow donors & offspring to be contacted, this may be our only way to connect.
I was born at the Weil Medical College of Cornell University, (formerly, The
New York Hospital of Cornell University). I also believe I was conceived
there. My mother's doctor was Robert Landesman (deceased. His office address
was 525 East 68th Street, New York, NY.
Date of donation: November 1967
My mother tells me that the donor was supposed to be a resident at the
hospital. The donor was to fit her husband's physical description... 6'3",
dark hair, brown eyes, glasses.
I am female, 5'7", 135 lbs, green eyes, brown straight hair, I am a sales
person selling software. I was born in July 1968,
I simply want to show my appreciation for the donation and learn about
family history, disease, etc.
Also, my sister was born in The Barnett Hospital in Paterson, NJ. April
1972. She was also conceived using Dr. Landesman's assistance. My sister is
5'4", blond and a physical therapist.