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Subjects: WOM, MAT

NECC Unveils Plan for Frozen Egg and Embryo Transfer



MARLBOROUGH, Mass., March 19, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New England Cryogenic Center (NECC), a long-term cryogenic storage facility, has worked with the medical community and private clients to plan and preserve their fertility goals, since 1971.  The company has expertise in cryogenic storage and they maintain equipment, protocols and standards that meet or exceed industry regulations.  NECC is a storage facility not a fertility clinic, http://www.necryogenic.com/shipping-storage.php.

New England Cryogenic Center, Inc. www.necryogenic.com (PRNewsfoto/New England Cryogenic Center)

Clients' specimen safety is their primary concern.  The NECC laboratory equipment, including liquid nitrogen tanks, are  monitored 24 hours a day with an advanced alarm system that tracks all relevant performance data. They have implemented processes that safeguard the functioning of tanks and provide immediate notification if a device is out of range 24/7/365. NECC also maintains a potent backup generator that powers the entire facility.  However, electricity is not necessary to feed the liquid nitrogen required for cryogenic storage.  A power failure will not impact frozen specimens.  All tanks are connected to a system that is gravity-based.  Nitrogen flows from the 9,000 gallon bulk storage tank automatically, as required.  Additionally, the facility's highly trained laboratory staff monitors the status of each tank 7 days a week to ensure that all the equipment is functioning properly. 

The New England Cryogenic Center is licensed and accredited with organizations and regulatory agencies including FDA, CLIA and NYS, the center is staffed by some of the highest qualified technicians in the cryopreservation field.

The New England Cryogenic Center if fully registered, licensed and accredited by:

Our memberships include:

"We know and understand what it takes to help people realize their dreams of having a family," says Karen Nikosey, company president.  "We take our role very seriously and have the ability to provide our clients with the confidence that they need to preserve their future fertility goals."

Contact info@necryogenic.com  or visit them at www.necryogenic.com.

Contact: John Ober
Business Dev. Mgr.
774-843-2936
jober@necryogenic.com  

SOURCE New England Cryogenic Center


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