A survey of anonymous oocyte donors: demographics.

@article{Kan1998ASO,
  title={A survey of anonymous oocyte donors: demographics.},
  author={Andrew K Kan and HossamI. Abdalla and Biodun Ogunyemi and L Korea and Elizabeth Latarche},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1998},
  volume={13 1O},
  pages={
          2762-6
        }
}
This is a questionnaire based study of 501 women enquiring about anonymous oocyte donation at a private in-vitro fertilization (IVF) unit, investigating the demographic characteristics and logistic issues involved in ovum donation. The 501 women were made up of 356 women who did not donate ('non-donors') and 145 women who eventually donated their oocytes ('donors'). Although there was a majority of housewives among the enquirers, women in full-time employment were the majority of actual donors… CONTINUE READING

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