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The Imperative Character of ‘Social’ Egg Freezing
November 18, 2014 · by impact ethics · in Assisted Reproduction, Fertility Preservation, Reproduction · Leave a comment
Kylie Baldwin raises concerns about the potentially coercive nature of ‘social’ egg freezing.
Social Egg Freezing in the Race Against the Biological Clock
Vardit Ravitsky argues that elective egg freezing offers an individual solution to a social problem that should be addressed not only through high-tech medical intervention but also through policy change.