Jennifer Lannon froze her eggs at the age of 26. She calls it her fertility Plan B. It has cost her thousands of dollars. She joins a surge in the number twenty-something women choosing this medical procedure. But are they all just wasting their money? Jennifer speaks to Manuela Saragosa on the Business Daily programme on BBC World Service. (Picture: Baby in bobble hat; Credit: ArtisticCaptures/Getty Images)
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