Dr. John Jain has, in many years, carried out extensive research in the fertility field. His research on the egg freezing technique, as well as fertility preservation, won him the top prize at the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society in the year 2006. John Jain wrote a review article on the egg freezing subject in the same year of 2006. This journal proved to be invaluable as a reference piece for information on fertility. The article was published in one of the most esteemed and major medical journals in the world.
What is egg freezing?
According to the doctor, this technique aims at the preservation of human eggs for future use. John Jain views this process as a lifesaving technique because many women can delay the process of having children and prioritize on other things such as career and education. Others may preserve their eggs before marriage if they do not know when they will be ready for marriage. This will enable the women to focus on getting what they want first before embarking on starting a family. According to statistics at the egg freezing center, the egg freezing process has a 40% success rate. This is the highest fertility success rate in the country so far.
Many people would disagree with the process of freezing embryos for religious or moral reasons. These people feel that the process destroys life because unused embryos end up being destroyed. This is not the case with egg freezing. With this in mind, many people who object to the process of freezing fertilized eggs can have no problems with the egg freezing technique as a means of fertility preservation. The Egg freezing center offers many people who wish to preserve fertility through various methods. The center aims at providing high quality care to its patients as well as combining innovative methods with accountability to provide practical solutions to the process of fertility treatment.
Dr. John Jain has championed the fertility of many women who are diagnosed with cancer. He knows particularly well that the treatment options of cancer, lead to infertility because many eggs are destroyed during the process. Women with cancer can opt to store their eggs until they have completed their treatment options which include chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, and then they can look forward to having children. There are several factors, which determine the success rate of this process such as age and type of cancer.