Thailand: Commercial Surrogacy Ban Gains Support
New York Times, December 1, 2014
Associated Press – The interim Parliament has given initial approval to a bill banning commercial surrogacy, the practice of hiring a woman to carry a fetus to term, a lawmaker said Friday. Thailand was rocked by surrogacy scandals this year, including the case of an Australian couple who took home a healthy baby girl born from a Thai surrogate mother but left behind her twin brother who had Down syndrome, and a case involving a Japanese man who fathered at least 16 babies with Thai surrogates.
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