Crossing the line: the legal and ethical problems of foreign surrogacy – Article published in Reproductive Biomedicine

June 24, 2009

Natalie has written article for the journal Reproductive Biomedicine Online about international surrogacy.  Following the leading case of Re X and Y (2008) – the first in which a UK court has granted legal parenthood to parents who entered into a commercial surrogacy arrangement overseas – she sets out why parents considering surrogacy abroad should take care, and why UK law needs to be urgently reviewed.

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