By Aislinn Laing 224PM GMT fourteen March 2010
The Genetics & IVF Institute (GIVF) provides women with eggs from donors who are profiled by secular background, health, upbringing and education.
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The raffle to embrace the diagnosis for free is written to capture intensity egg recipients to a convention at a London road house on Wednesday.
The use is being promoted by the Bridge Centre, an determined flood hospital in London that related up with GIVF in the autumn.
A handful of British women have already undergone the process, and 10 some-more are scheduled to do so over the subsequent 3 months.
The hospital expects the figure to climb to twenty-five or some-more a month with the oath that it can yield "take-home babies" for 60 per cent of the clients.
All of the eggs it provides come from American women elderly in in between nineteen and 32 who can have $10,000 (�6,600) a time if they are well prepared and great looking. Overweight women or smokers are automatically rejected, and all donors contingency have a university degree.
Egg recipients are shown unknown profiles that embody recordings of women articulate about their attitudes, childhood cinema and explanations of since they are offered their eggs. If the concession is formalised, they will additionally see a design of the donor as an adult.
In the UK, egg donors have to be identified and can be contacted by their brood when they reach the age of 18.
One of the initial British women to embrace the use was a 38-year-old Midlands-based business lady called Celia.
She paid �13,000 for dual eggs from a 27-year-old and diagnosis in America at Yuletide and is 3 months profound with twins.
"I longed for someone who looked a bit similar to me as an adult, but the main care was the peculiarity of her eggs," she said.
"This lady produces thirty at a time, and they were separate in in between me and an additional woman, differently the cost of concession would have been stand in the �9,000 we essentially paid."
"I dont wish any one to know these babies are not mine. Not my family or any of my friends. We dont intend to discuss it the children, either."
Jennifer Machovina, GIVF"s donor egg programme co-ordinator, pronounced the hospital receives as most as 500 applications from impending donors a month but usually about five pass the two-month screening programme.
"Although it is anonymous, they get asked a lot of questions. We wish them to assimilate this is something bigger than a routine with a coupon at the finish of it," she said.
"We have about 200 donors on the books and they cover a big range of ethnicities and backgrounds, so people have some-more possibility of removing a donor who looks similar to them."
But the use of offered eggs has been cursed in a little quarters. Josephine Quintavalle, the owner of vigour organisation Comment on Reproductive Ethics pronounced it amounted to "ruthless exploitation of the vulnerable".
"These women offered their eggs are receiving a outrageous risk with their health and destiny flood simply since they need the money," she said.