An Australian company came up with a “Tinder-like app” that connects donors of sperm and eggs with infertility patients. Is this a tool that normalizes third-party reproduction, or something that could put vulnerable people at medical and legal risk? Dr. Kushnir weighs in on the issue via Huffington Post.
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