Tag Archives: Surrogacy Ethics
Real-life ethical questions raised by this important fertility treatment.
According to researcher Susan Golombok, at the Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge, families created through assisted reproduction or surrogacy have no risks for the development of the child, or the emotional functioning of the family. According to the research report: “A growing number of children are being born through the donation of gametes…
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First, to be clear: I don’t recommend traditional surrogacy — it comes with a host of legal and ethical issues. It’s hard to argue in any court how your surrogate could be denied full parental rights if she were dispute the surrogacy agreement.