March 24, 2016
(The Guardian) – The number of women choosing to freeze their eggs to have babies later in life has soared, figures show. There had been a “substantial increase” in the number of women freezing their eggs, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) found. The most common reason given for freezing was having no male partner, according to the HFEA’s latest report.
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