Indian surrogate mothers grab last chance to make babies ahead of impending ban

Reuters, 19 January 2017
Author: Roli Srivastava
“India’s surrogacy industry has come under attack by women’s rights groups who say fertility clinics are “baby factories” for the rich, and that a lack of regulation results in poor and uneducated women signing contracts they do not fully understand. The Indian parliament could pass a bill to outlaw commercial surrogacy – a 15-year-old industry estimated to be worth as much as $2.3 billion annually – in its next session starting in February.”
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