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Training and Education
Prospective adoptive parent/s may complete training and education as part of the process. While the field of embryo adoption is being pioneered information on traditional adoption, egg and sperm donation is available and has many similarities which lends itself to a launching point.

Below is a list of recommended readings with a link to additional adoption related books and resources:

 
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Donor Sibling Registry

The focus of the Donor Sibling Registry is to assist individuals seeking to make mutual consent contact with their biological relatives conceived as a result of sperm or egg donation. This may include their own or their child's half-siblings, or their own or their child's donor parent (biological father or mother). The Donor Sibling Registry offers information, a link to research being conducted by Cambridge University, discussion areas, and has more than 6600 members from around the world with more than 2500 people matched (sibling to sibling, as well as donor to offspring).
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IVF in Faith Support Group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/IVFaith
Description:
This Group is for women going through the IVF program and who are in faith believing that God will work through the program for a positive result! There is only so much that medical science can do and we believe that God alone has the ability to implant a baby and cause it to grow and develop and remain in the womb for the full 40 weeks. We pray God's blessing to be upon you and that he will guide you through every decision you have to make!
Note: This group does not cater for donor's or surrogates but for those who are believing for their own biological children.
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www.hannah.org

Description:
Hannah's Prayer desires to provide Christian based support and encouragement to couples around the world who are struggling with the pain of "fertility challenges" including infertility, pregnancy loss or early infant death. Hannah's Prayer Ministries is a California based, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All staff members are unpaid volunteers who are proclaiming Christians (from a range of denominational backgrounds) and have personal experience with the heartache of fertility challenges.Note:Hannah's Prayer has support groups for IVF patients and adoption for those who need this type of support.





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Hannahs Joy
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Hannahs_Joy
Description:
Hannah's joy refers to the biblical historical figure Hannah from I Samuel, who suffered infertility for many years before the Lord opened her womb and blessed her with a child. Whether you have suffered from conception problems, secondary infertility or miscarriages, pregnancy is a time of special hopes and fears that are not readily understood by the fertile couple. This list is open to those who are pregnant after infertility or are still trying. At the moment, we have three ladies on the list who are expecting, one who is adopting newborn twins, and we are fervently praying for more blessings. We are predominantly secondary, but have some primary infertile’s and habitual miscarriers. This is a group where we will openly discuss these issues from a Christian perspective. It is my hope to have a place to discuss our pregnancies and concerns in a warm, loving, and ultimately supportive Christian environment. We have started a weekly bible study devoted to understanding our infertility scripturally. We are a loving and supportive group who will be here for you in times of joy and crisis. All are welcome, but please respect our Christian beliefs. Note:Hannahs Joy welcomes adoption and IVF.



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Roman Catholic Infertility Support
http://www.egroups.com/list/catholic-fertility

Description:
Infertility Resources for Roman Catholics "Sometimes, being Catholic and infertile poses special challenges, partly because of what the Church teaches, and partly because of people's misunderstandings of what the Church teaches. "Catholic Fertility" is an email support group for women struggling with infertility while living within the teachings of the Catholic church (no IVF, IUI, donor egg/sperm, etc.). To subscribe, send a blank message to catholic-fertility-subscribe@egroups.com or go the e-group's home page.
   
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