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Selling eggs is a ‘money-making machine’: UM student gets creative with paying tuition – The Miami Hurricane

When 18-year-old Kendra Moisan, a freshman at the University of Miami, realized she needed more than just her federal work study job to pay off her tuition, she discovered a more unorthodox way of making extra cash: selling her eggs. With a bit of research, she found Santa Monica Fertility clinic, with whom she has been working with for several weeks now. At the clinic, Moisan will be able to sell up to 10 of her eggs for $6000 to $12,000 a piece, and, luckily, recipients at the clinic are likely to be looking for traits like her vibrant red hair and blue eyes.

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ESHRE updates its fertility clinic guidance for second wave of infections – ESHRE

New guidance from ESHRE for maintaining safe fertility services during a dramatic spike in COVID-19 case numbers has realigned mitigation steps according to local levels of infection. As countries throughout the world face up to a second wave of COVID-19 infections, ESHRE and others have upgraded safety guidelines for fertility clinics

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Freezing eggs a risky business – The Conservative Woman

ACCORDING to theTimes, women are rushing to freeze their eggs because lockdown has reduced the chances of meeting a partner. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/women-rush-to-freeze-eggs-as-coronavirus-lockdown-dries-up-dating-wnv30mgnx.

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Ignore the propaganda: surrogacy is not a gay rights issue it is a womens rights issue – Evening Standard

Surrogacy, in which a woman carries and delivers a baby for another person or couple, has long been a controversial topic. But with its increased normalisation, and rising numbers of gay men choosing surrogacy to create their own families, the debate about its ethics has been reignited. Last year, the Israeli filmmaker Yuval Hadadi, in a discussion about his new film, accused couples of treating babies born through surrogacy as status symbols, adding that there is pressure and expectation for gay men to have children.

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The social paradoxes of commercial surrogacy in developing countries: India before the new law of 2018 – BMC Blogs Network

Profiles of the surrogates Details of the surrogates interviewed are presented in Table1. Their sociodemographic characteristics are summarized in Table2. Surrogates were between 21 and 33years old

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Cornyn, Hegar Senate Race Tightens Ahead of Election – The Texan

New finance reports released by Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) and his Democratic opponent, MJ Hegar, show the race for the U.S.

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Pregnancy help network going on four decades of serving women in the Abortion destination of the Midwest – Pregnancy Help News

Stacy nervously sat in the lobby of a Chicago-area abortion clinic. The wait was longer than she expected, and the more she waited, the more anxious she felt

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Law project presented: The identity of sperm and egg donors need to be documented and accessible – RTL Today

New bill assures the right for children to know their biological background, and applies to both adoptions and artificial insemination using third-party donors of genetic material. Presenting a new legal project on Wednesday morning, Sam Tanson emphasised that children's well-being is a priority.

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Wayne Hsiung faces 17 felonies and wants to be Berkeley’s next mayor. – Berkeleyside

Wayne Hsiung, candidate for Berkeley mayor.

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OUR TOWN: Scarecrows on display in Our Town – New Baltimore Voice Newspapers

SCARECROWS ON DISPLAY IN OUR TOWN: Creative, funny, serious and colorful, Washington Street light poles have the honor to display them. See them until Nov. 2

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Can post-election America climb out of the swamp? – Asia Times

Whoever wins the White House in November will likely face the Herculean task of cleaning up Americas economic, political and social mess accumulated over decades and reaching its peak in Donald Trumps presidency. The US presidents trade and technology wars, particularly those against China, damaged the economy more than Trump is willing to admit

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Down on the farm: Finding ways to avoid throwing it away – Leader-Telegram

Farmers are known for not throwing things away. Ive learned why it seems that even the most spent item can find a use repurposed somewhere else. Discarded tires hold down tarps, empty big boxes become homes for baby chicks, and near threadbare towels seem to live forever as rags in the workshop

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Decade of service: Manna feeds ‘mind, body and spirit’ – The Times

Marsha Keefer|Beaver County Times ALIQUIPPA Every Tuesday for the past decade, they come come for a hot, nourishing meal. But many come to sate more than hunger. Some come for a smile

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Signs point to good things at Elvin Hill – Shelby County Reporter – Shelby County Reporter

By SASHA JOHNS / Community Columnist Those who live in Columbiana may have noticed a bright new addition to the view on Washington Street. Elvin Hill Elementary School recently received a private donation that allowed the PTO to finally achieve the goal of providing a new marquee that will help the school communicate with the community at large

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The funeral director giving the gift of life – by donating eggs – Leicestershire Live

A funeral director has given the gift of life three times - by donating her eggs. Mum-of-two Leanne Armstrong heard an advert on the radio calling for egg donors in late 2009 as she drove to work and appreciating the importance of life through her dealings with grieving families immediately volunteered

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New Jersey Arts and Culture Recovery Fund Now Accepting Grant Applications – TAPinto.net

Ocean County, New Jersey-The New Jersey Arts and Culture Recovery Fund (NJACRF) is now accepting grant applications. This fundwas established to ensure the survival and strength of the states arts and culture sector during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.No organization or culture worker has been immune to the impact of this crisis, but data has revealed that the disruption has disproportionately affected Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC), as well as historically under-resourced organizations serving BIPOC communities. Therefore, the Fund is committed to a transparent, equity-centered process to ensure that the funds represent and support the most under-resourced and under-served populations of New Jersey.

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Move over, school buses: This charter school now has a food truck. – The Boston Globe

Parents, at least during COVID, are working two or three jobs to compensate and to make sure their household is running. Some lost their jobs during COVID. This is one less thing a parent has to worry about, says Craig Martin, Bridges executive director.

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Steven Mnuchins Deal Staved Off Catastrophe. Can He Make Another One? – The New York Times

But in the course of pleasing his boss, Mnuchin has also crossed lines that past Treasury secretaries have tended to avoid. When the administration proposed a $1.5 trillion tax cut in September 2017, Mnuchin publicly promised that not only will this tax plan pay for itself, but it will pay down debt

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Crime report – The Robesonian

September 29, 2020 LUMBERTON The Robeson County Board of Elections staff members are abiding by an email sent out Monday evening by the State Board of Elections. Yes, we received the email, and yes we are complying with the instructions given to us in the email, Tina Bledsoe, director of the county elections office, said Tuesday.

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Park gets new look – The Robesonian

September 29, 2020 LUMBERTON The Robeson County Board of Elections staff members are abiding by an email sent out Monday evening by the State Board of Elections. Yes, we received the email, and yes we are complying with the instructions given to us in the email, Tina Bledsoe, director of the county elections office, said Tuesday.

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St. Pauls rallies behind Sugar Memorial Park – The Robesonian

September 29, 2020 LUMBERTON The Robeson County Board of Elections staff members are abiding by an email sent out Monday evening by the State Board of Elections. Yes, we received the email, and yes we are complying with the instructions given to us in the email, Tina Bledsoe, director of the county elections office, said Tuesday. The email is dated 9:18 p.m

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The Other Supreme Court Fight – The New York Times

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Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life Blu-ray review – Entertainment Focus

The final big screen outing for the revered comedy sextet Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life hit cinema screens in 1983.

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How a Toronto woman discovered she has up to 600 half-siblings – CBC.ca

In 2013, Simon Smith spat into a vial and sent it off to DNA analysis service 23andMe to hopefully learnmore about his family history. "I thought the technology was cool and I wanted to find out more about my biology and then take any necessary actions related to my health," he said. That DNA test ended up revealing far more than he bargained for.

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A Slate of Insurgents Is Taking on the Delaware Way [Updated With Results] – The Intercept – First Look Media

Update: September 15, 2020 Incumbent Sen. Chris Coons was declared an early winner on election night, likely to finish with more than 70 percent of the vote against his challenger Jess Scarane. But Scaranes slatewas headed for a rout of the establishment, with a potential statehouse sweep on the board.

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