In Australia, the donation of reproductive tissue must be altruistic.

In Australia, the donation of reproductive tissue must be altruistic.  It is an offence for someone to intentionally give or offer valuable consideration to another person for the supply of a human egg, human sperm or a human embryo. It is also an offence for a person to intentionally receive, or offer to receive, valuable consideration from another person for the supply of a human egg, human sperm or a human embryo. However, this does not include the reimbursement of reasonable, verifiable out-of-pocket expenses incurred by a person in connection with the supply of a human egg, human sperm or human embryo.

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Please be advised that Donation of Reproductive Tissue in Australia must be Altruistic
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