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Surrogacy Booming in Australia Despite Legal Issues

February 13, 2017

(Australia Broadcasting Co.) – Fertility professionals and advocacy groups say surrogacy is experiencing a quiet boom in Australia after several Asian countries banned foreigners from paying women to carry babies for them. Dr Glenn Stirling, the medical director of Brisbane IVF clinic Life Fertility, says the number of patients they see has risen dramatically, and that new patients arrive almost daily.

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