By Princess Chukwuneke
Last Wednesday, the government task force for controversial issues in Sweden concluded that surrogate pregnancies should be banned with no exceptions. According to lead investigator, Eva Wendel Rosenberg, this decision was made to stop women from being directly or indirectly pressured into becoming surrogate mothers. She added that there are several risks of becoming pregnant and giving birth that must be considered.
Contrary to the task force’s decision, Sweden’s National Council …
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