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PBS NewsHour | Indian Surrogacy Helps Lift Some Poor, but Raises Ethical Issues | PBS

Duration: 09:10
Program: PBS NewsHour #10126
Broadcast Date: Aug. 5, 2011

In India, parental surrogacy is often less complicated and costly than having a surrogate in the United States. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro explores the ethics of outsourcing surrogacy in the second of two reports about Indian women who are paid to bear children for infertile Western couples.

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Post Date: August 5, 2011