In China, assisted reproductive technology is largely used to help married women with fertility issues. Photo: Getty Images In China, assisted reproductive technology is largely used to help married women with fertility issues. Photo: Getty Images
In China, assisted reproductive technology is largely used to help married women with fertility issues. Photo: Getty Images
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Single women cry foul as China doubles down on egg freezing ban, accusing authorities of gender bias and forcing women into marriage

  • China’s top health authority said egg-freezing technology would remain inaccessible to single women, citing medical risks and ethical issues
  • Netizens said the ban deprived women of their right to have children later in life, though one expert cited its use in preventing women selling their eggs

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In China, assisted reproductive technology is largely used to help married women with fertility issues. Photo: Getty Images In China, assisted reproductive technology is largely used to help married women with fertility issues. Photo: Getty Images
In China, assisted reproductive technology is largely used to help married women with fertility issues. Photo: Getty Images
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