Financial compensation of oocyte donors: an Ethics Committee opinion.

@article{Daar2016FinancialCO,
  title={Financial compensation of oocyte donors: an Ethics Committee opinion.},
  author={Judith F. Daar and Jean Benward and Lee Rubin Collins and Joseph Davis and Leslie Francis and E. A. Gates and Elizabeth Sarah Ginsburg and Sigal Klipstein and Barbara A. Koenig and Andrew R. La Barbera and Laurence B Mccullough and Richard H. Reindollar and Mark V. Sauer and Rebecca Z. Sokol and Sean Tipton and Lynn Marie Westphal},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2016},
  volume={106 7},
  pages={
          e15-e19
        }
}
Financial compensation of women donating oocytes for infertility therapy or for research is justified on ethical grounds and should acknowledge the time, inconvenience, and discomfort associated with screening, ovarian stimulation, and oocyte retrieval, and not vary according to the planned use of the oocytes, the number or quality of oocytes retrieved, the number or outcome of prior donation cycles, or the donor's ethnic or other personal characteristics. This document replaces the document of… CONTINUE READING

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