A new lottery in the U.K. offering contestants the chance to “win a baby” through expensive in-vitro fertilization treatments is causing a stir.
The sweepstakes, run by the fertility charity To Hatch and set to launch this month, is drawing criticism by some ethical and medical groups who say it is “demeaning,” Reuters reports.
For $32 a ticket, winners can win $25,000 of personalized fertility treatments at one of Great Britain’s top five facilities. Individuals and couples, straight, gay or elderly are eligible for this prize.
Oh good. That’s just what we need.