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Surrogacy Now a Global Business Yet No Laws in Ireland Cover It

(The Irish Times) – Surrogacy is complex, often cumbersome and fraught with pitfalls, yet it is booming. It is becoming a global business, an expensive option for childless or same-sex couples seeking to start a family, although in the developing world little of the money involved trickles down to the surrogate mothers involved.

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