Tag: vendita di ovociti

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20 November 2021
Memoirs of an egg cell donor
Ellie sold her eggs to pay for her journalism course at Columbia University: was it worth it? A live journey into the world of the human gamete trade
by Ellie Houghtaling My eyes look around. I am surrounded by four nurses holding me upside down. They shake me back and forth to send blood to my head. As I regain consciousness I ask myself: is it worth it? Question from $ 10,000. Seven months ago I was admitted to the School of Journalism at Columbia University. I was absolutely stunned to be admitted, but even more shocked by the price of $ 116,000 - and that was just for tuition. The school, considered the gold standard [...]
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4 March 2021
Spain: Hands off girls' eggs. Feminists against recruitment in universities
The Spanish feminist association Rapiegas is launching a campaign against advertising for the 'donation' of egg cells in universities with the aim of recruiting as many young women as possible (to join the campaign click here). Egg cells are a scarce and valuable material, in great demand for both heterologous assisted reproduction and research. The 2006 Spanish law on Human Assisted Fertilisation Techniques prohibits "advertisements or campaigns encouraging the donation of human cells and tissues... in [...]
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