Danish women can now get all-inclusive vacations for the price of donating their eggs. The world’s biggest sperm bank has established a foreign subsidiary, allowing it to bypass Danish laws. However, not everyone finds it a reason to celebrate. The law currently prohibits the sale of eggs, something the Copenhagen-based Cryos International Sperm Bank finds “absurd” and “discriminatory,” Denmark’s Jyllands-Posten newspaper reports. The company has been lobbying for years to change the laws, believing there isn’t “anything unethical”in its proposal to send women on paid-for wellness trips in exchange for their eggs. It also offers a compensation of 2,400 kroner (about $360). The process can be carried out either anonymously, or to help a friend. According to the company, women could even choose to simply store their eggs for the future, to be available for as long as 15 years.
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INC News, 10/05/2015 - via RT