Making Babies: Frontline Examines Booming Infertility Business (1999)
"Frontline examines the wide range of methods now employed to bring children to those unable to reproduce naturally and raises questions about the safety of experimentation, the commercialization of reproduction, and the changing nature of the family. Making Babies explores the forces of the marketplace combined with a huge demand for services which have made infertility medicine often very lucrative. With the booming market in eggs from young women -- commanding fees ranging from $3,000 to $50,000 -- the growing commercialization of human reproduction is in full swing. The program raises fears that we have simply gone too far in reproductive medicine -- designing babies before assessing how those children themselves will think about the way they were brought into the world." (Abstract from PBS Home Video)
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