The sale of any human product from hair to gametes raises ethical questions. This article paints the trade in human eggs in a less than savory light, but any business can be conducted in an less than ethical manner. The clinics described in Cyprus are not like the clinics I've experienced here in the US. Also, women's eggs are not the only gametes for sale. Men can get paid many times for a renewable supply of their gametes that are pleasurable to deliver. Why is it an issue for women to get paid a premium for their limited supply of gametes which require complex painful procedures to retrieve? Of course, the health of donors is very important and they should not be overstimulated for a profit. The answer here is international regulations and enforcement that protect donors and recipients from predatory practices.