A member of China's top political advisory body said she would propose allowing unmarried women to access egg freezing as a measure to preserve their fertility after the country's population fell last year for the first time in six decades.
Lu Weiying,a member of China's top political advisory body, said giving single women access to freezing their eggs enables them "to preserve the eggs before they pass their peak reproductive years. The woman still needs to get married if she wants to use her frozen eggs and get pregnant in the future," she told the Global Times
Currently fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and egg freezing in China are banned for unmarried women.
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