Hundreds of Indian women rent their wombs to earn money for their families. And the number is growing here, where commercial surrogacy is legal and there are so far no laws or governmental oversight.Since India legalized commercial surrogacy in 2002, in vitro fertilization centers have multiplied, attracting aspiring parents from around the globe, says Sanjay Agarwal, chairman of SATYA, an advocacy organization for surrogate childrens rights.
The low cost of infertility treatment in India nearly one-quarter of the cost in developed nations and the modern assisted reproductive techniques available here make India a top choice for infertility treatments, according to the Indian governments medical tourism Web site. The Confederation of Indian Industry predicts that commercial surrogacy will be a $2.3 billion industry by 2012..
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Where is the problem in that mr gowda. can u explain that first., If you say that hundreds of women in India are being forced to bear children for others, yes, THAT is a problem. as long as this is being done voluntarily, there is no question of any problem check with a lawyer, it is not even illegal. please think 100 times before blaming any one or talking against anything