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Asian Women Who 'Donate' Eggs Can Make Big Money

The old-fashioned law of supply and demand brings this quirk in the world of egg donors: Young Asian women in the US can make way more than others, reports the Los Angeles Times. Demand is so high, they can easily get $10,000 to $20,000, as opposed to about...
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