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San Diego Fertility Center to Attend the Men Having Babies Conference in San Francisco

Next month, Dr. Susanna Park and Dr. Said Daneshmand of San Diego Fertility Center will attend, speak and offer free consultations during the fourth annual Men Having Babies conference in San Francisco.

Men Having Babies is an organization which holds surrogacy-focused seminars, workshops and exhibitions for same-sex couples around the globe. These conferences provide educational resources for same-sex couples looking to build their families with third-party reproductive services like gestational surrogacy. Men Having Babies events are an opportunity for prospective parents to receive the information they need on family building services and to connect with other future parents and fertility specialists.

Both Dr. Daneshmand, who recently joined San Diego Fertility Center, and Dr. Park will speak on topics associated with the selection of an egg donor and gestational surrogate.

From Men Having Babies:
“The expanded two-day conference starts Saturday afternoon (January 14th) and continues for the full day Sunday. It offers panels featuring community activists, medical professionals, legal experts, parents, and surrogate mothers. Prospective parents will benefit from practical and personal peer advice and opportunities to meet a wide range of leading providers from the USA and Canada at the Gay Parenting Expo, both in breakout sessions and in private consultations. In-depth programs will offer insights from the latest studies about contemporary gestational surrogacy in the United States, along with specialty panels on insurance, budgeting, legal, medical, and psychological aspects of surrogacy.”

San Diego Fertility Center is a Platinum sponsor of this year’s Men Having Babies conference. As a practice, we have previously sponsored Men Having Babies events in New York and San Francisco.

We invite you to watch Dr. Park’s presentation from the last Men Having Babies conference in New York City, where she spoke about third-party reproduction options available to same-sex male couples who wish to have a baby.

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