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Egg Donor Program

Donating your eggs can give a woman the chance of having a baby that she would otherwise not be able to conceive on her own. Being an egg donor is a true act of generosity.

Some women are unable to get pregnant because of low egg production or because their embryos do not develop properly. Other women may have harmful genetic conditions that they do not want to pass down to their children. For these women, donor eggs offer new hope.

There is financial compensation, but the primary benefit is the knowledge that you've helped a couple have a baby. There is no cost to you for any of these procedures, and your status as an egg donor is confidential.

To become an egg donor, you must be a healthy, nonsmoking woman between the ages of 21 and 33.

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