The illusion of the frozen grandchild
Advances in egg-freezing technology may give false hope to women, and to their parents.
It has become increasingly common practice for women to freeze their eggs for future use, especially among women over age 35. An article recently published in Haaretz that originally appeared in The New York Times described how with financial help from their parents, women have been freezing their eggs for later use when they decide to get pregnant – with or without a partner.
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