Wombs for rent, outsoursed pregnancies, baby farms - ethics and surrogate motherhood

  title={Wombs for rent, outsoursed pregnancies, baby farms - ethics and surrogate motherhood},
  author={Katarzyna Bagan-Kurluta},
  journal={Progress in Health Sciences},
__________________________________________________________________________________________ The history of surrogacy is composed of cases of happy solving family problems, but also of conflicts and lawsuits concerning a child and his welfare. In modern times it became the next to adoptions additional possibility of ensuring infertile individuals fulfillment of their dreams of posterity. It can also be used for comfort of a woman to avoid the burdens of pregnancy and delivery, or for a comfort of… 
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