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You don’t spend almost 30 years as the undisputed expert in long-term cryostorage without gathering a treasure trove of information on the subject. In our extensive bank of articles, blogs, and FAQ’s, you’ll find everything you would want to know about fertility preservation and long-term cryostorage.

Please take a moment to search our blog and articles for any information you may need. If you can’t find it there, your questions may be answered in our FAQ section. In the event that you can’t find what you’re looking for there, please get in touch with us. We’re here to help!

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FAQs – How does the reversal of Roe Vs. Wade affect reproductive tissue storage?

How will the reversal of Roe vs. Wade impact the storage of my embryos at ReproTech? For clients with embryos in storage at all ReproTech locations, currently there is no impact to the storage of your embryos. You have the same control over storing, transferring, donating (when applicable) or discarding your embryos. What if my […]

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ReproTech Responds to the Dobbs Decision that reverses Roe vs. Wade

On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned federal protections for abortion in the Dobbs vs. Jackson decision that reversed Roe vs. Wade. We expect this will also affect reproductive medicine and long-term reproductive cryostorage in the coming months and years. ReproTech continues to work with our legal advisors to determine how this ruling and […]

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ReproTech welcomes new President & CEO, William Braun

ReproTech, LLC, the industry leader in human reproductive tissue cryogenic storage, is pleased to announce that William J. Braun has been selected as ReproTech’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Braun assumed the role on April 4, 2022, and will be based in ReproTech’s Coconut Creek, FL location. Braun’s arrival comes as ReproTech also announces […]

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‘Science News’ Cites Study Involving ReproTech Experts

March 4, 2022 – Science News follows up 50 years later on a 1972 report about the viability of sperm after freezing. In February 1972 Science News reported that men banking their sperm were doing so without knowing how long their specimens would be viable for. They recently provided a 50-year update to this report, […]

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What happens if you have a reactive infectious disease result?

ReproTech maintains multi-step safety procedures to eliminate potential cross-contamination between reactive and non-reactive embryos, semen, testicular tissue, oocytes (eggs) and ovarian tissue. From the clinic, to the maintenance of the specimens at ReproTech, these extra steps allow for the safety of reproductive tissue storage for all patients. After a patient establishes an account with ReproTech, […]

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The safety of shipping with ReproTech

At ReproTech we take shipping specimens to and from patients’ clinics seriously. We use a specialized cryoshipper called a mushroom which decreases the chance of the containers being on their sides. Included in our mushroom-style shipper we utilize other protocols in order for your specimens to be shipped safely. The mushroom-style cryoshipper itself holds a […]

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Cystic Fibrosis Patients Need Counseling to Preserve Fertility

12/13/21/Source: Cystic Fibrosis News Today  A study on cystic fibrosis fertility published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing conducted by researchers at the University of Alabama focused on female Cystic Fibrosis (CF) patients’ fertility preservation pre-lung transplant. The study found that 78% of women diagnosed with CF want to have biological children but the treatment […]

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How long can frozen embryos be stored?

Our clients often ask, how long can I store my embryos? We say, indefinitely. And we continue to see healthy babies born from embryos that have been in storage for longer and longer! There is no maximum number of years an embryo can stay in storage and still be viable. Meaning that someone can store […]

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Testicular Tissue Cryopreservation Shown to be a Safe and Feasible Option

11/03/2021/Source: UMPC -Kien Tran a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. This summary is written by Tran participating in the Science writing mentorship. When a child has cancer, their parents are rightfully focused on a cure. But that cure can come at a future cost: infertility. I am a Ph.D. candidate […]

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