Paul L. CaronDean
Friday, March 26, 2010
By Paul Caron
A new study by Aaron D. Levine (Georgia Tech) and published by the Hastings Center reports for each 100-point increase in her SAT score, women at elite universities can earn an extra $2,350 for donating eggs for in vitro fertilization, up to as much as $50,000 per donation (in violation of voluntary ethical guidelines by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine capping such payments at $10,000).
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