Motivation, attitudes and experience of donation: a follow-up of women donating eggs in assisted conception treatment.

@article{Fielding1998MotivationAA,
  title={Motivation, attitudes and experience of donation: a follow-up of women donating eggs in assisted conception treatment.},
  author={Dorothy Fielding and S Handley and L Duqueno and Starla Weaver and Sakai Lui},
  journal={Journal of community & applied social psychology},
  year={1998},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={
          273-87
        }
}
  • Dorothy Fielding, S Handley, +2 authors Sakai Lui
  • Published in
    Journal of community…
    1998
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • This paper reports a follow-up of 39 women who had donated eggs to an assisted conception unit. Their experience of donation and their motivation and attitudes were assessed. Comparisons were made with a group of semen donors who were attending a second unit. Female and male donors donated for altruistic reasons and neither group wished to have contact with recipients or donor offspring or have their identity revealed. Female donors were more involved in the donation process and more interested… CONTINUE READING

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