egg donor registry

New Documentary Eggsploitation Reveals the Infertility Industry’s Dirty Little Secret

For Immediate Release Film Presents the Hidden Dangers, Health Risks, and Exploitation of Young Women Through Egg Donation NEW YORK, NY/July 28, 2010 – The infertility industry has a dirty little secret that is dressed in deceptive advertising, large monetary incentives and appeals to altruism. Using these tactics, the industry targets young, vulnerable women for […]

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Eggsploitation Trailer

Check out the updated website for more clips and resources: eggsploitation.com

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eggsploitation ::: summer 2010

The infertility industry in the United States has grown to a multi-billion dollar business. What is its main commodity? . . . Continue Reading at CBC-Network.org –>

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Egg Donors Need Long Term Follow-Up – DUH!

My colleague, Dr. Jennifer Schneider has been conducting an egg donor survey, working with Wendy Kramer, head of the Donor Sibling Registry organization. An article on their study is posted here along with some of their recommendations for egg donation practices: 1. Maintain donor records indefinitely. 2. Develop protocols to contact the donors regularly to […]

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Stem Cells 101: Adult, Embryonic, and Exploitation

Here’s a good post by one of our CBC Director’s, Bernard Moon. It’s always good to review especially given that President-elect Obama and Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi have stated that a top priority will be to increase federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. He begins: With the recent coverage of President-elect Obama’s […]

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Egg Donor Registry Needed

Many who follow my writings know that I have been working hard here in the U.S. to establish a federal registry that would track and follow up on every egg donor/egg donation in the country. The way I propose this registry, would be written broadly in order to capture not only egg donors, but also […]

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