believe Cooper does that. My one concern with a frozen egg cycle, is if you wanted genetic siblings. If that is not a concern, then frozen egg would be a good option for you. Does CNY do frozen egg cycles? I didn't think they did.
I have done shared cycles at Cooper and when I did, both recipients got pg. and had 7-12 frozen embryos. My shared cycle was around $10,000, not including meds and my out of town monitoring. My very first cycle was at one of Dr. Sher's clinics in Sacramento. That cycle was over $30,000 and no baby. I don't know what I was thinking.