Blyth, Eric (2004) Egg sharing: a vehicle for compulsory counselling? BioNews (251).

Egg sharing, a scheme in which women undergoing IVF donate half their eggs in exchange for reduced-price treatment, has been practised in the UK for some years, but not without controversy. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority's (HFEA's) decision in 1998 to 'regulate not ban' egg sharing was itself a controversial decision; the HFEA explicitly refraining from giving egg sharing ethical approval. The HFEA has recently revised

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