Global surrogacy practices

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Darnovsky, Marcy; Beeson, Diane; Cheney, Kristen;
  • Subject: commercial surrogacy | Hague Conference | international surrogacy | contract pregnancy | cross-border surrogacy
    mesheuropmc: humanities

textabstractThis report summarises discussions of participants in Thematic Area 5 (Global Surrogacy Practices) of the International Forum on Intercountry Adoption and Global Surrogacy held in August 2014. The Forum brought together advocates of women’s health, children’... View more
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