Yes...December 30 2011 at 7:24 PM
|DeeinNYC (no login)|
Response to Are you talking about RBA in Atlanta? If you are,
I am talking about RBA in Atlanta and based upon my research, Cooper cost more for a single cycle than RBA. It's only cheaper if you are doing a shared cycle. Also, I am looking into doing RBA's donor frozen egg program which has a success rate over the last reported 3 years of 68% and since it's inception..65%...higher than Cooper's stats and they have a guarantee that they will transfer two high quality embryos or you get a free cycle. Also...RBA's donor FET success rates are about 14% higher than Cooper's. I do know that Cooper's shared cycle costs are pretty good however.