A health ministry panel deliberating over a fertility treatment has agreed to prohibit use of an egg fertilized with sperm provided separately by a third person when both members of a couple are sterile.
As a result, there must be a biological link to at least one of the parents. However, the panel on Friday approved the use of frozen fertilized eggs that are no longer needed by another couple.
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