SYDNEY, Australia, May 27 (  Last week, Australia’s Sunday Herald Sun exposed a scheme by the California-based Centre for Surrogate Parenting and Egg Donation’s scheme to sell mail-order embryos.  The company advertises on the internet, offering profiles of women who have donated their eggs for the transaction. Customers are asked to mail in sperm for fertilization and are promised frozen embryos in the mail for a fee of up to $4,000 (US). Pro-life and religious leaders in Australia reacted with horror to the sale of these “most vulnerable human beings.”


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