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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Center For Bioethics
Michael Jackson's personal doctor received the maximum punishment in the pop singer's death but not before a scolding from the judge for violating his Hippocratic oath and engaging in "money-for-medicine madness."
A few years ago, Alexandra, a doctorate student, decided that selling her eggs to a fertility clinic was the perfect way to get an extra $3,000 she needed to pay for her tuition. But then "things went south," she recalls in "Eggsploitation," a new documentary on the health hazards of paid egg donation.