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New Sperm Bank opens for Donor Applications and Testing
Xytex Cryo International Sperm Bank is now accepting donors
in historic downtown New Brunswick, NJ.
The new location, near the center of Rutgers University campus will initially recruit semen donors between
the ages of 18 to 38 who meet the Xytex donor guidelines.
Since 1975, Xytex has been a leader in reproductive medicine including sperm banking, semen analysis and
reproductive tissue storage. Erik Dos, V.P. of marketing at Xytex states that the sperm bank offers the
highest number of motile sperm in the world which increases the probability of conception.
Internationally recognized for offering the highest quality sperm samples, Xytex is also well known for
its ethnic donor diversity and Identity disclosure donors. Identity disclosure donors are in high demand
and give those seeking donor insemination a certain peace of mind about the intentions of the donors.
Once accepted into the Xytex donor sperm program, donors are offered the option of being anonymous or
identity disclosure. An identity disclosure donor offers the opportunity for offspring to receive
information about the donor once the offspring reaches the age of 18.
There are millions of people worldwide who want to have children, but cannot. Xytex provides a viable
option for realizing their dreams of a family. Every year, approximately 75,000 American children are
born as a result of donor gametes. The inseminations are performed by physicians when male factor
infertility prevents a couple from conceiving with the husband's sperm, or when women decide to
have a child on their own.
Our New Jersey location manager, Kevin Kessler, is an embryologist and andrologist with over 20
years of experience in the infertility field including expertise in ICSI and IVF, laser guided hatching
and along with sperm he has also worked in the field of cryopreserving embryos. Adding to his vast
knowledge of the field, Dr. Kessler is a member of ASRM, The NY Reproductive Society and the
Embryologist Society of NY/NJ.
Xytex will be accepting donor applications and provide testing weekly by appointment. To learn more
about Xytex and Xytex donor guidelines visit www.xytex.com or call 1-800-277-3210 to
speak with a
customer service representative.
~ Christopher Karow
Oct 20, 2011 :: Matt Murray
I am interested in becoming a donor and am located in New Brunswick, however there is no address on this website for an office I could visit. Could you please provide this?
Dec 15, 2010 :: Benjamin Thompson
Plz i would like to donate and i am very interested.
Nov 2, 2010 :: Jeff Pilande
Interested in becoming a donor.
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