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I read a report a2 days ago that a well knowm ivf expert was keeping 10-15 surrogate mothers, some x pass, some 35-38 yrs old , having given birth to surrogate child previously, hiding facts , due to money greed, risking their lives,.
i have a feeling that ivf experts r exploiting this business by charging hefty fees from clients, paying pittance o poor ladies hired for the purpose. is there any law governing this, just like kidneydonors.?

Tags: money, expert, days ago
Asked by shyamvanwari, 09 Dec '11 10:02 pm
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Law is there but its' enforcement is lacking...!
Answered by Dil Se, 09 Dec '11 10:29 pm

 
  
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Yes
Answered by vijay, 09 Dec '11 10:19 pm

 
  
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It is on the basis of an explicit contract. They are never forced to do this. Most of them do it for the money that is on offer - plus good care taken of them during the time they carry the pregnancy.

By this I do not mean that I like this practice personally. While resorting to such practice in case of a genuine health problem is understandable, people resorting to it because of their aversion to carry the pregnancy themselves and due to their affordability is something detesting.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 09 Dec '11 10:06 pm

 
  
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