Egg Donors

A rise in ‘fertility tourism’

Shannon Buckley | 14 June 2012

More and more women desperate to have babies in New Zealand are going overseas to find egg donors because they cannot get them in New Zealand. It seems that the main reason overseas ‘egg markets’ are more lucrative is because women are allowed to be paid for their eggs.

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