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by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2019-12-11 at 06:39:44


Surrogate & Donor Screening & Contact in non-English speaking Countries

Your relationship with your donor and/or surrogate will be very different in a non-English speaking country, sometimes due to laws, often due to language and cultural barriers. But how does the screening of donors and surrogates differ from say the USA? This session takes a look at comparative screening and support processes in Russia, Ukraine, India & Georgia

Moderator: Sarah Norcross, Progress Educational Trust
Panelists: Slava Motayev, Surrogate Baby, Russia, Anna Lisnichenko, Perfect Surrogacy, Ukraine, Tamari Kachlishvili, ReproArt, Georgia

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