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Irish head to Europe for egg donation

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, August 14, 2008 | 0 comments

More women are turning to fertility clinics abroad

Hundreds of Irishwomen are travelling to clinics across the Continent to receive IVF treatment using eggs donated from young European women.

Childless couples are increasingly bypassing the small number of Irish clinics that offer donor eggs for up to ¤10,000. Instead, they are taking advantage of cheaper treatment, shorter waiting lists and a more plentiful supply of donors at clinics in Spain, the Czech Republic and Crete, often combining treatment with a holiday in those destinations.

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