The Indian surrogacy industry and why we need to reform UK surrogacy law – Article published in Bionews

June 7, 2012

Natalie has written a comment piece in this week’s Bionews about surrogacy in India.  Following various media stories about British parents getting stuck in India waiting for UK passports for their babies born through surrogacy, Natalie sets out how this is a common experience for parents engaging in international surrogacy. The article looks at how the UK law process works for British parents going overseas, and asks whether fewer parents would need to look abroad if UK law was more supportive of surrogacy.

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