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Honji Fertility Center

Honji Fertility Center provides the best IVF and egg donation service which is compatible to New York University Center for Reproductive Medicine. 60% of patients traveled from Japan! Egg donation fee S$19,000, IVF fee S$6,000.

Artificial Reproductive Act was implemented in Taiwan in 2007, stating that women who are aged and infertile can receive eggs from third-person anonymously. The recruitment of egg donors is mainly held by medical clinics and the Taiwanese government manages the records. The egg donors and recipients are unable to get the information of each other. The egg recipient couples only know the race, skin color and blood type of the egg donor. Further to that, there are chromosome test for fertilized embryos in Taiwan. These tests are carried out to prevent inborn disabilities.

Honji Fertility Center is the only hospital in Taiwan where you’ll be able to access the most advanced treatment, with the same standards as that in the United States. Dr. Chang, the director of Honji Clinic in Taiwan, specialises in reproductive techniques. He has been a full-time scientist at the New York University Center for Reproductive Medicine for six years, and has published 12 papers for the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).

We sincerely welcome you to visit our clinic at Taipei MRT Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station; our friendly and patient staff will provide you the best and the most professional technology and services.

Read some of our testimonies and interviews here and from our website.

Education & Work Experiences

  • 1986-1993 Department of Medicine, National Taiwan University
  • 1995-2001 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, National Taiwan University Hospital
  • 2001-2007 Full-time scientist in Center for Reproductive Medicine, New York University School of Medicine
  • Now National Taiwan University Hospital Obstetrics and Gynecology physician

Dr Chang presenting in the meeting of ASRM (American Society for Reproduction Medicine).

Interviews & Features in media

Success Stories

  1. Junko’s story
  2. Mr & Mrs K
  3. Ms. Ho in Hong Kong
  4. Ms. Chang with Canadian husband in Taiwan
  5. Ms. Lee in Taiwan


Research Publications

    • Noyes N, Chang HC, Labella P, McCaffrey C, Fino E, Grifo J. (2007 ASRM) Visualization of meiotic spindle predicts usefulness of female gamates in an oocyte cryopreservation program.
    • Chang HC, Grifo J, McCaffrey, Krey LC, Noyes N. (2007 ASRM) Using certain commercially available glass-bottomed dish with paraffin oil impacts the embryonic development of oocytes.
    • Chang HC, Grifo J, Ampeloquio E, LaBella P, Adler A and Krey LC. (2006 ASRM) Oct3A and Oct3B immunostaining patterns in human 3PN zygotes and aneuploid embryos diagnosed by preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD): embryonic chromosome status can be independent of developmental competence.
    • Chang HC, Noyes N, Lee TL, Chin A, Krey LC and Grifo JA. (2006 ASRM) Independent and sequential expression of Oct3A and Oct3B transcription factors in human preimplantation embryos.
    • Chang HC, Liu H, Noyes N, Meng L, Krey LC and Grifo J. (2006 ASRM) Down regulatory effects of retinoid signaling on murine and human embryonic Oct-4 gene expression. Liu H, Labella P, Chang HC, Noyes N, Krey LC and Grifo JA. (2006 ASRM) Vitrification influence on the viability of human and mouse oocytes is temperature relevant.
    • Grifo J, Labella P, Licciardi F, Chang HC, Liu H and Noyes N. (2006 ASRM) Clinical results of an oocyte cryopreservation program. Noyes N, Chang HC, Meng L, Liu H, Labella P, Grifo J (2006 ASRM) Presence of meiotic spindle predicts embryo competence following oocyte cryopreservation.
    • Chang HC, Liu H, Zhang J, Grifo J, Krey LC. (2005 SRM) Vitrification of metaphase II oocytes impacts Oct-4 expression during subsequent preimplantation development. Oral presentation in Montreal, 61th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
    • Chang HC, Liu H, Zhang J, Grifo J, Krey LC. (2004 ASRM) Ooplasmic factors are responsible for the developmental defects observed when immature cumulus-enclosed mouse oocytes are denuded prior to maturation. Oral presentation in Philadelphia, 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
    • Chang HC, Liu H, Blaszczyk A, Grifo JA, Krey LC (2003 ASRM) Influences of mouse strain and culture media on in vitro maturation and embryogenesis of denuded mouse oocytes. Fertility and Sterility, Vol.80 3S S266.
    • Chang HC, Liu H, Grifo J, Krey LC (2002 ASRM) Influences stimulation on in vitro maturation and embryogenesis of denuded mouse oocytes. Poster presentation in Orlando, 59th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
    • Liu H, Krey LC, Zhang J, Chang HC, Grifo JA (2002 ASRM) Germinal vesicle xeno-transfer between mouse and human oocytes: a model to study ooplasmic influences on meiotic division. Fertility and Sterility, September 2002 Vol.76 No. 3S O-202. 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.



Dr. Chang’s publication in Human Reproduction