We are now doing research and hope for cooperation [with SCRC] when everything is ready.”
infertility problems or cancer are allowed to have their eggs frozen because of concerns about egg trafficking.
Besides the legal considerations, medical experts are concerned about the potential risks to women’s health.
The safety and effectiveness of the procedure have not been clear in China, because it is still in the clinical research stage, according to the maternal and child health services department of China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission.
The practice has been performed in China for less than 10 years and only on a small scale, Li Rong, a doctor with the reproductive center of Peking University Third Hospital, told the Beijing Morning Post. The center conducts no more than 100 egg-freezing treatments every year.