January 2011
Women's Health;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p142
The article investigates how egg donation is affecting human reproduction. It explores the long-term health implications of egg donation and how it will the affect the ability of women donors to conceive in the future. The article also offers information on the revolutionary egg-freezing technique that could allow women to postpone motherhood for years.


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