Landscape shifts for surrogate motherhood

(April 19, 2017 – Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly – Nicholas W. Smith)

Tightening of laws in other countries fuels U.S. market, but not all states are relaxing statutes

Modern technology for nearly two decades has made it possible for infertile couples to use the wombs of other women, known as surrogates, to have their biological children. But cultural changes, a crackdown in international surrogacy and high-profile endorsements from celebrities experiencing fertility issues, including Kim Kardashian and Tyra Banks, have resulted in increased demand for surrogacy in the United States.

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