Did You Know That You Can Place Your Embryos For Adoption?
For decades medical textbooks have presented the consensus view that biological human life begins at conception. For example, textbook authors Moore and Persaud explain that the very first cell resulting from fertilization “mark[s] the beginning of each of us as a unique individual.” In addition, William Larsen’s textbook on embryology explains that the moment of fertilization “initiate[s] the embryonic development of a new individual.” O’Rahilly and Muller also agree in their textbook that, at the moment of fertilization, “a new genetically distinct human organism is formed.”.
Currently in the United States, there are over 500,000 frozen embryos, or “snowflake babies,” waiting for their chance to really live.
Did you know that you can place your embryos for adoption?
If you have gone through the IVF process and are storing embryos … and you realize that you can’t parent more children, we want to partner with you. We have amazing couples, right now, that are interested in adopting your children.
 See Nathan Schlueter & Robert H. Bork, Constitutional Persons: An Exchange on Abortion 2, 5-6 (2003), available at http://www.firstthings.com/article/ 2007/06/002-constitutional-persons-an-exchange-on-abortion-13..; ROBERT P. GEORGE & CHRISTOPHER TOLLESFEN, EMBRYO: A DEFENSE OF HUMAN LIFE 47 (2008).
 George & Tollesfen, at 47 (citing Keith L. Moore & T.V.N. Persaud, The Developing Human 34 (7th ed. 2003)).
 Id. (citing William Larsen, Human Embryology 4 (3rd ed. 2001)).
 Id. (citing Ronan O’Rahilly and Fabiola Muller, Human Embryology and Teratology 8 (2001)).