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Surrogate Mothers Face Nightmares of Surrogacyby Savita VermaIndia TodayMarch 5th, 2012From lack of adequate compensation to cultural stigmas, surrogate mothers in India face a unique set of hardships and risks.
Same-Sex Custody Battle Could Change Florida Law by James RosicaNewsOKMarch 4th, 2012The battle over what defines motherhood is being played out on prime-time television shows and in courtrooms across the country.
Pregnant Surrogates ‘Left in the Lurch’ after RCMP Raid Fertility Consultant’s Officeby Tom BlackwellNational PostMarch 1st, 2012Canadian police launched an unprecedented investigation of a fertility-treatment consultant, citing alleged violations of laws that ban buying or selling sperm, eggs and surrogacy services.
Convicted Surrogacy Attorney: I'm Tip of Iceberg by Rory Devine and R. StickneyNBC San DiegoFebruary 29th, 2012The woman convicted and sentenced for her role in a baby-selling ring says the "billion-dollar industry" is "corrupt."
Surrogacy Under Scrutinyby Wang HairongBejing ReviewFebruary 27th, 2012Surrogate births commissioned by a rich couple raise reproductive equality and legal concerns.
Surrogacy Lawyer Theresa Erickson Pleads Guiltyby Julie WatsonAssociated PressFebruary 25th, 2012Theresa Erickson, the ringleader of the recent baby-selling scheme, has been sentenced to 5 months in prison and 9 months of home confinement.
In Vitro a Fertile Niche for Lenders by Jessica Silver-GreenbergWall Street JournalFebruary 24th, 2012At a time when many traditional lenders are struggling, companies that make loans for in vitro fertilization, egg harvesting and other fertility treatments say their business is thriving.
Assisted Reproduction Technologies Hit Prime Time by Emily BeitiksBiopolitical TimesFebruary 23rd, 2012This month’s episodes of Glee and Modern Family – two of the most popular prime time television shows – featured central characters contemplating assisted reproductive technologies.
What Do Artificial Wombs Mean for Women? by Soraya ChemalyRH Reality CheckFebruary 23rd, 2012Artificial wombs could alter, in unprecedented ways, the interests, rights and responsibilities of women, men and the state.
Chinese Couples Come to U.S. to Have Children Through Surrogacyby Shan LiLos Angeles TimesFebruary 18th, 2012China does not permit commercial surrogacy, but the country's rising affluence allows some couples to use U.S. surrogacy clinics.
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