Surrogacy Abroad Lower Cost but Potential Problems

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Surrogacy Abroad Lower Cost but Potential Problems




Significant savings may be had by going abroad for surrogacy, but significant problems may be had as well.  Fertility tourism is growing in popularity, but with third party reproduction intended parents must be very careful to make certain their child will be able to return to the US and have US citizenship. Join our guests Carol Farrand, an attorney with the US Department of State in the Bureau of Consular Affairs;  Roberta Evantash, India Surrogacy Coordinator with Adoptions from the Heart; and Rudy Rupak, Founder and CEO of Planet Hospital.

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20/07/2011 | by Radio Show | Categories: 2011 Shows, Infertility, Infertility Radio Shows, Radio Show | 0 Comments

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