CHICAGO, Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Donor Network Alliance (DNA), the largest single resource available profiling egg donors from throughout the United States, announced today that it is relaunching as a free service to intended parents.
DNA features a web-based searchable database of more than 6,000 egg donors, including their complete descriptions and contact information for the agencies that represent them. The site also includes profiles of gestational surrogates.
"DNA was designed to make the search for an egg donor an easier process for intended parents – one stop, versus many agency websites, where they can browse according to anything from ethnicity to hair color, and save their searches over time," said Nancy Block, Chief Executive Officer of DNA.
"Making it free removes another stressor in intended parents' journeys to create their families."
In addition to being the largest single source of egg donors, DNA also is the repository for the most ethnically diverse. This includes Asian (418); Jewish (116); East Indian (29); African American (372); Hispanic (655).
Block noted that the DNA profiles are easy to sort through, and a video on the site walks people through the process.
For further information on the Donor Network Alliance, call 847.480.0888 or email email@example.com.
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SOURCE Donor Network Alliance