Monthly Archives: August 2012

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Careful Screening Seen As Best Way To Prevent Conflicts

Careful Screening Seen As Best Way To Prevent Conflicts Careful Screening Seen As Best Way To Prevent Conflicts By Gina Barton of the Journal Sentinel jsonline.com, August 9, 2012 In 2001, a British woman serving as a surrogate for a California couple found out she was carrying twins. That was a problem: The parents-to-be wanted [...]

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Paid surrogacy triggers debate about legal, moral issues

Paid surrogacy triggers debate about legal, moral issues By Gina Barton of the Journal Sentinel jsonline.com, August 8, 2012 For women in India, serving as a surrogate can be the difference between poverty and the chance for a better life. Since it became legal in 2002, paid surrogacy has become a $2.3 billion annual industry [...]

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Surrogacy Laws Vary By State

Surrogacy Laws Vary By State By Gina Barton of the Journal Sentinel jsonline.com, August 7, 2012 In Ohio, a surrogate and an egg donor both sued for custody of triplets after the genetic father and his fiancée failed to visit the babies in the hospital for several days. In New Jersey, a woman who had [...]

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Couple’s struggle to have a child leads to surrogacy

Couple's struggle to have a child leads to surrogacy By Gina Barton of the Journal Sentinel jsonline.com, August 4, 2012 Dawn Kornstein felt the pain again. The medication wasn't working. There was nothing more the doctors could do. The contractions kept coming. Dawn was 5½ months pregnant with twins, and the pain intensified with every [...]

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Reproductive Technology and the Law

Reproductive Technology and the Law By Anna Stolley Persky Enid Abrahami, a single mother by choice, conceived her first child with her own egg and a stranger’s sperm, thanks to a fertility clinic in New York. Abrahami then gave birth to her son in Israel, where she lives these days. She had no trouble attaining [...]

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Wisconsin ruling prevents most insurers from denying benefits to surrogates

Wisconsin ruling prevents most insurers from denying benefits to surrogates By Gina Barton of the Journal Sentinel jsonline.com, August 4, 2012 Two Wisconsin surrogate mothers - with help from the state Commissioner of Insurance and state Supreme Court - have made Wisconsin the most surrogacy-friendly state in the nation when it comes to health insurance. [...]

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