Fer­til­iza­tion agen­cies seek univer­sity donors

China Daily (Canada) - - FRONT PAGE -

Il­le­gal hu­man fer­til­iza­tion agen­cies in China are ex­pand­ing their ser­vices to stu­dents in well-known univer­si­ties, look­ing for do­nated eggs from beau­ti­ful fe­male stu­dents with high in­tel­li­gence.

In Beijing, a black mar­ket for col­lect­ing eggs from fe­male stu­dents at renowned univer­si­ties also ex­ists. Clients usu­ally pay the agency 40,000 ($6,422) to 80,000 yuan, but donors see lit­tle of the money be­cause most of it is de­ducted by the agen­cies, ac­cord­ing to Beijing News.

Agen­cies post ad­ver­tise­ments on the street or on the on­line bulletin board sys­tems of univer­si­ties. On­line mes­sen­ger is the main com­mu­ni­ca­tion tool be­tween agen­cies and donors. Clients usu­ally ask to meet the donors be­fore the egg do­na­tion. If do­na­tions are done on the black mar­ket, donors have no le­gal pro­tec­tion.

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