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FILM: Surrogacy - Do We Need Global Guidelines?

13 December 2019
By BioNews
Appeared in BioNews 1028

In this film, Sarah Norcross - director of the Progress Educational Trust, the charity that publishes BioNews - discusses global surrogacy.

The film, from the TRT World programme Roundtable, is presented by David Foster. It also features:

If you cannot see the film below, click here to view it.

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Comment (User:147016 - 04/01/2020)
The surrogate motherhood theme is very long and for many years it has been conducting already. Nevertheless it is always so special and to say so unusual to watch and hear such stories. I mean that in any case it’s difficult anyway to imagine how women agree for this. And what do they feel like during all this period. I realize that it is extremely serious procedure and it is about living people! Once I had to address fertility clinic and to use the help of IVF procedure. But I understand it is absolutely different things – surrogacy and in vitro fertilization. Meanwhile IVF also was very difficult for me to accept and to go through it.
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