We are thrilled and honored to interview Dr. Daisy Deomampo, who is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Fordham University. She is also a medical anthropologist who is conducting a study on US-based egg donors and women considering egg donation.Read More
“Females… Get paid for selling your healthy eggs!”
It got me thinking about all the egg donor ads I’ve seen over the years. You’ve probably seen them, too: They are flyers splashed about American college campuses; they’re peppered throughout the “Etc” jobs section of Craiglist; they’re all over the #EggDonation Instagram hashtag. These recruitment advertisements tend to promise the same thing: thousands and thousands of dollars.
But are egg donor ads accurate? This article investigates. We invited Hillary Alberta-Sherer, a PhD candidate at Georgia Tech’s School of Public Policy, to take a close look at some egg donor ads from a feminist perspective.Read More
Dr. Jennifer Schneider is interviewing egg donors who have been diagnosed with cancer after donating. If this is you, here's how you can share your story with her.Read More
DR. TOBER: I think, first and foremost, egg donors should know what their contracts state and realize they can negotiate terms they aren’t comfortable with. It’s important to know the feel of the clinic you’re going through, in order to know how well you’re going to be taken care of.Read More
Unfortunately, no one is doing the longitudinal research on health outcomes that we are all waiting for. There are still some great opportunities for donors to contribute to the knowledge base on egg donation.Read More