Singapore’s egg-freezing ban forces women to head abroad for fertility treatment – Asia – South China Morning Post

Singapore’s egg-freezing ban forces women to head abroad for fertility treatment – Asia – South China Morning Post
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With a busy job that left little time to think about starting a family, Erica decided to sidestep Singapore’s ban on egg freezing for a chance to have children later in life.The advertising executive is among a growing number of women travelling overseas to get their eggs frozen, as people in the work-obsessed city state increasingly delay having children.Now calls are growing for authorities to loosen the rules in a bid to help boost one of the world’s lowest birth rates.“It’s quite unfair to…Read More

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