One fertility innovation on the rise is the donation of human egg cells for the purpose of fertilization and implantation in another woman’s uterus so that she may have a child. But the procedure is medically complicated and physically painful. A panel talks about egg donation: the procedure, the rewards and benefits, and the moral questions it raises.


  • Dr. Robert Stillman Shady Grove Fertility Center
  • Carole Wolfe Marriage and family counselor
  • Father Robert Friday Catholic University
  • Nanette Elster University of Illinois School of Medicine


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