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by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-07-02 at 02:57:14


The Future for Surrogacy Globally Click to view

As Sweden debates offering altruistic surrogacy to it citizens, a global expert in surrogacy practice discusses what altruistic surrogacy entails, how it currently differs from compensated, agency-supported surrogacy and what are the benefits and risks of each model for all parties.

Sam Everingham, Families Through Surrogacy

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