Surrogacy commissioning fathers and HIV

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Jordaan, D W;
  • Publisher: Health and Medical Publishing Group
  • Subject:
    mesheuropmc: virus diseases

Surrogacy is not regulated by a single legal instrument only, nor is confirmation of a surrogacy agreement by the High Court an unqualified green light for the surrogacy process to proceed. In the context of the HIV status of the commissioning father, whose gametes are ... View more
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