Donating eggs for scientific research is a controversial issue and that controversy has been heating up recently. On Monday, Time magazine reported that two research studies have demonstrated the ability to insert healthy DNA into human egg cells that have had faulty DNA removed.

A problem with this research is the lack of human eggs donated for science. Would compensating women who donate their eggs for research purposes, in the same way they are compensated for fertility treatments, help? Time asked our own Dr. Sauer for his thoughts on the matter.

What does he think? Read the article on Time.com to find out. Then let us know your opinions in the comment section below.