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Cambodian Surrogates Freed After Agreeing to Keep Babies

16:37 EDT 16 May 2019 | Bioethics.com

(The Jakarta Post) – Eleven women allegedly paid to be surrogate mothers have been released on bail after agreeing to keep the babies, Cambodia’s trafficking czar said Wednesday, as the poor Southeast Asian nation seeks to regulate the womb-for-hire trade. … Read More

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