Halachic, other concerns for those seeking Jewish donor eggs

Pollak, Suzanne
July 2015
Washington Jewish Week;7/30/2015, Vol. 51 Issue 31, p10
The article offers information on concerns over egg donation by Jewish women and egg donation companies and facilities including A Jewish Blessing, NY LifeSpring, and Shady Grove Fertility Center.


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