The Canadian Press

2015-04-13 | Social Egg Freezing

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A Canadian researcher says women thinking of having their eggs frozen to preserve fertility need to know it's still a gamble, not a certainty that they will be able to have a baby. Angel Petropanagos (petro-PAN'-ah-gohs) of Dalhousie University says doctors can help women make informed decisions about egg freezing by pointing out the medical risks, low pregnancy rates and high financial costs. (The process is very expensive -- running up to 10-thousand dollars per procedure -- with additional annual storage fees.)

Date: 2015-04-13
Placeline: HALIFAX.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 14 seconds

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