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Dr Peter Chang from Beth Israel works out of this office along with Dr. Zhang. He performs the implantation and extraction at this facility. FDA warning letter 2014: https://www.fda.gov/ICECI/EnforcementActions/WarningLetters/ucm424065.htm
My husband and I used an egg donor through the New Hope Fertility center in New York City in March of 2010 to conceive our son David Mitchell Navaro born on December 6, 2010 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, NY. The donor has said in her records that she will be willing to be contacted by our son when he is older. The donor made two donations with New Hope Fertility center (we shared the first batch of eggs with the clinic and they sold off the rest to another client). I know there were at least one more successful birth with this donor's eggs and they lived in the tri-state area.
Before coming to New Hope Fertility Center, this Donor donated three times at NYU.
My nearly three-year-old daughter and I would love to add to our family: right now she refers to her plush giraffe as her "little sister"!
We would be so grateful if another family could make available to us frozen eggs, or embryos for adoption.