PRLog - Jun. 27, 2014 - ST. PAUL, Minn. -- ReproTech, Ltd., the leading cryobank specializing in long-term storage of human reproductive tissue (sperm, eggs, embryos and ovarian and testicular tissue), has partnered with LIVESTRONG to offer its "sperm banking from home" kits through the LIVESTRONG Fertility Discount Program. ReproTech’s OverNite Male™ Kits are now available at a discounted rate through the program.
"ReproTech is proud that its OverNite MaleTM Kit is now included in the LIVESTRONG Fertility Discount program, in addition to our other long term storage services. This partnership will help us to further support those males affected by cancer who are unable to travel to a local sperm banking clinic, or who are too ill to leave the hospital." says Brent Hazelrigg, President and CEO of ReproTech. "We share the Foundation’s enthusiasm and commitment to helping those diagnosed with cancer to have a family, regardless of financial means. Together, we hope to make a profound difference in the lives of survivors and their families all across the U.S."
The OverNite Male™ Kit is the original over night sperm collection kit and still the gold standard. Developed by Gail S. Prins, Ph.D. and her team at the University of Illinois at Chicago Andrology Lab in 1994, the Kit is the simplest to use and most secure. Due to the unique partnership of the UIC Andrology Lab and ReproTech, Ltd., and their commitment and experience in fertility preservation, the OverNite Male™ Kit is by far the most cost effective and convenient kit available.
About ReproTech, Ltd
ReproTech, Ltd. was founded in 1990 for the purpose of providing long-term cryostorage services and now operates regional cryostorage centers in Florida, Minnesota, Nevada and Texas. More information on ReproTech, Ltd. is available at http://www.reprotech.com or 888-489-8944. Information specific to the OverNite Male™ Kit can be found at http://www.overnitemalekit.com .
About LIVESTRONG Fertility
Formerly known as Fertile Hope, LIVESTRONG Fertility provides reproductive information, support, and financial assistance to cancer survivors who seek to preserve fertility or plan for a family after undergoing medical treatments that present a risk to fertility. The program also works to expand the current options available to cancer survivors by creating partnerships with reproductive endocrinologists and fertility centers around the nation. More information as well as financial aid applications can be found at http://www.prlog.org/