CRGH is a specialist fertility clinic based in Central London, with satellites in Essex and Kent. They provide the full range of fertility treatment and genetic testing, with a focus on clinical excellence and bespoke treatment. They have been at forefront of treatment for gay, lesbian, transgender, and single patients for many years - recognising that it is a loving home rather than the family model that really counts. In 2019 they were voted Surrogacy Clinic of the Year in recognition of our commitment to - and success with - helping create modern families in all their forms. They are proud to be a key sponsor of the Modern Family Show this year.
The Agora Clinic is the largest and most successful Fertility Clinic in Sussex offering both NHS and privately funded treatments. The Agora believes in empowering all those who would like a family, either now or in the future, with the freedom of reproductive choice, whatever their gender or sexual orientation. Set in the UK’s LGBT+ capital of Brighton, the clinic offers a range of bespoke fertility programs to help those in LGBT+ community find their perfect route to parenthood. Their ethos is excellence through wisdom, honesty and compassion and they have the highest IVF live birth success rates across both London and the South East (HFEA latest published figures) and were awarded Best Customer Service at the 2019 Sussex Business Awards.
Herts & Essex Fertility Centre is one of the UK’s most reputable independently owned clinics, based in Hertfordshire only 20 minutes by train from Liverpool Street Station. The clinic is managed by leading experts, offering cost-effective fertility treatment including egg sharing, sperm bank and surrogacy, with outstanding results. Since their first surrogacy case in 2012, they have won the Award for Surrogacy Clinic of the Year in 2018 and completed over a 150 surrogacy cycles, which establish them as the leading clinic for surrogacy with the highest success rates in the UK. They have been at the forefront of serving the LGBT+ community helping to create LGBT+ families since the 80s when Michael Ah-Moye completed the first egg sharing case. In their 30 year history, they have helped with the successful delivery of over 6,000 babies and since they were established in 1989, their dedicated team has helped to create thousands of happy new families. Their fertility treatment success rates are amongst the highest in the country, as per the Human Fertilisation & Embryology Authority (HFEA) data.
Laytons LLP are a mutli-disciplinary law firm, but with Andrew Spearman as the Head of Family it now leads the field of surrogacy law in England & Wales as well. Across all our areas of expertise we offer you advice that is precise, relevant and workable; advice that provides solutions, not more questions. We believe that mastery of technical issues blended with imagination, flexibility and insight create solutions of real value.
Surrogacy in Canada is an educational program by Babies Come True and CReATe.
We are very excited to provide you with accurate and most updated information about Canadian Surrogacy for international intended parents.
Journey in Canada is legally safe and affordable options where you can save up to 50% of the cost compare to other similar destinations for same sex couple.
Babies Come True (BCT) is a Concierge and Consulting services by CReATe Canada and we manage all International intended parents coming to CReATe their family. Our mission is to provide guidance and consulting throughout the journey so that intended parents can make the right decision for them after understanding all the options as well as support when challenges appear.
CReATe & BCT have the largest egg donation and surrogacy program in Canada, we are working with all the egg donations and surrogacy agencies so everything is an option but building your Team Canada is not always easy without knowing how to choose and we can help you make some of the most important choices you will ever make.
CReATe Canada recently delivered their 10,000’s baby and hopefully we can help you get there as well.
Fenomatch help find the right donor for each person, with our facial matching technology used by fertility clinics around the world. How does it work? We use an algorithm to detect facial resemblance, focusing exclusively on those facial features which are phenotypical. That means that donor-assisted children are more likely to look like their parents. Our algorithm was developed over two years, and we had our first Fenomatch babies in September 2019. We have helped over 6000 families, working with over 100 clinics over 4 continents.