The Regulating Relations research team need to talk to women who have formed their families with the help of overseas donor eggs. In order for us to better understand the risks and benefits of overseas treatment and what we need to change at home to make our system more accessible, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Michaela on 02 9514 3152.
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06-04-2016 09:01 #1Junior Member
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Are you an Australian who has travelled overseas for egg donation?
31-08-2016 10:26 #2
Regulating Relations are still looking for more people to help with this research.
If you have used an overseas donor, or know someone who has, please ask them to get in touch with RR. They are using their research to help make changes to the Australian system so more families can be helped long term.
This is university-based research - so not a profit based company or anything like that - and you'll be helping other future Australian families!
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