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by Sam everingham


Posted on 2019-03-11 at 21:10:50


Surrogacy in Georgia

Georgia has been providing legal parenthood to heterosexual couples accessing surrogacy since 1997, but few engaged there until the closure of South-east Asia a few years ago. Since then, the quality of IVF facilities has improved and increasing numbers are discovering this option.  Sophie Ukleba travels from Tbilisi to explain the cultural, medical and logistic features of Georgian surrogacy and egg donation

Sophie Ukleba, New Life Georgia

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