Self-regulation, compensation, and the ethical recruitment of oocyte donors.
|Title:||Self-regulation, compensation, and the ethical recruitment of oocyte donors.|
|Publication Date:||February 2010|
|Published In:||Hastings Center Report|
Over the last couple of decades, oocyte donation has become common, important, and sometimes lucrative. Women who donate eggs are often offered fees, though ostensibly only to offset their expenses and limited to no more than $10,000, following recommendations adopted by the fertility industry. Is the industry adhering to its recommendations? A study of advertisements published in college newspapers raises questions.
|Ivan Allen College Contributors:|
Hastings Cent Rep. 40. Issue 2. 25 - 36. United States. ISSN 0093-0334.