New Delhi, July 8 (IANS) In an attempt to provide one-stop solution for childless couples, Yashoda Group of Hospitals has launched a new test tube baby and surrogacy centre in Malviya Nagar in the capital city.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated the reproductive medicine centre named Seeds of Innocence (SOI) on Tuesday.
“SOI is built with the objective of making reproductive medicines affordable by every section of society and continuously improve success rates by innovative approaches,” said Gauri Agarwal, director, Seeds of Innocence.
“From conception and delivery to having surgeries in case of any complications, SOI will provide complete service under one roof which is generally not offered by existing in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) centres,” Agarwal added.
Member of Parliament from New Delhi Meenakshi Lekhi appreciated the initiative of Yashoda Hospitals in bringing smiles to childless couples through the surrogacy centre that made a scientific collaboration with University Hospital at Ghent in Belgium.
“With technology export from Europe, SOI will provide best-in-class services to Indian couples,” said cardiologist Rajat Arora, CEO of SOI.