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The parent company is now Generate Life Sciences. Also Nordic Cryobank (European Sperm Bank) in Denmark: donor numbers in the 7000s and 7100s. CCB was established in 1977, Nordic Cryobank/European Sperm Bank was established in 2004. Those people using the Nordic donors mentioned above, please also post under Nordic Cryobank/European Sperm Bank, and also post the alias donor name if known. 2020:
Generate Life Sciences/CCB now also operates the NW Cryobank and Manhattan Cryobank.
Abbott Northwestern Center for Reproductive Medicine, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, (Minneapolis, Minnesota). Some of these donor numbers are the same as the University of Utah's donor numbers (University of Utah and this place had some sort of sharing agreement). Center for Reproductive Medicine also used CLI.
She was good in biology & played volley ball in high school.
Our Donor was the only child born to a mother who worked as Dental Hygienist, and father, who was a bank president. She got her AA degree, and became a Laser technologist, where we assume she heard about becoming a donor(?). She said her reason for donating was to give other people the gift of being a parent. She had a 2-3yo son at the time she interviewed to become a donor with the clinic. She brought her son to the interview, and the social worker/interviewer said she was a patient & kind parent, which is partially why I chose her. She was also somewhat shy. To us, she was an angel. In her medical history she left the questions about allergies blank, and our children have food allergies to peanuts/tree nuts, etc. I wondered if her child/ren have food allergies, too(?). At the time of her egg retrieval, she gave us a little stuffed animal. She had no way of knowing that we would conceive twins, and we purchased another stuffed animal matching her gift, for the other twin. We also gave her a necklace with 2 pearls after we conceived twins. I am hoping to eventually connect my children if they want to with her, her children, &/or the children that were born via her donation.
These numbers are the same as those at GIVF (Genetics and IVF). Sperm donors should be listed here, egg donors at GIVF. Fairfax supplies sperm to Can Am Cryo (Canada). They link to CLI on their website (and CLI links to Fairfax on their website), but they have their own donor numbers. They bought out a bunch of smaller sperm banks, including CLI, in 2002, but some of those banks are still operating in separate buildings and kept their old name. The donors are still separate from Fairfax numbers, so they don't have to be crossposted to the Fairfax list (but may need to be posted to another list--see the specific facility to see if something is mentioned in the heading).
My profile was Caucasian, A+, Scot/English, 6 ft, 180, medium fair, Blue eyes, blonde straight hair, 4 years college, Student/Government (major), Interests Reading/Photography.
Trying to redo the info form it would have included that I wore glasses, have allergies,
one sister adopted, Mother/Father alive,
all grandparents deceased. Father's Mother of Cancer, Mother's Mother of heart attack, and think Mother's Father of stroke.
Fairly sure they didn't ask for any photos.
NOTE: August 2016: PRS merged with Fairfax. Starting in April 2017 all PRS records will be under Fairfax Cryobank policy. Pasadena and San Francisco. Formerly Pacific Women's Health Services. https://www.pacrepro.com/index.php