from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The condition of being a surrogate, especially a surrogate mother.
- n. Law The office of a surrogate.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or condition of being a surrogate.
- n. The practice of being a surrogate mother.
Nor does it make sense to me how a woman who gestates an embyro and gives birth to a child is somehow involved in surrogacy, unless she were to then give or sell the child to someone else.
Also, baby vending machines who cater to celebrities or do you object to baby vending machiens aka surrogacy generally?
As per Renuka Choudhary, central minister for Women and Children Development, it is necessary to address the legal aspects of surrogacy, which is taking the shape of a booming industry.
Legal experts don't agree with the idea of surrogacy of some sub-context indicated in the contract but instead advice surrogate mothers that they have the right to refuse certain content of the contract.
Commercial surrogacy, which is banned in some European countries and subject to a wide spectrum of regulation in US states, was legalized in India in 2002.
Madge reportedly started considering the idea of surrogacy after talking with Sarah Jessica Parker about her experience.
In a statement, Mr. Cassidy applauded the decision and called surrogacy "an exploitation of women."
The good achieved is not worth the evil of the "surrogacy" or "adoption".
Hillary - who is a good surrogate but not the best - is far ahead of her husband in the "surrogacy" category this election.
It had already conducted successful "surrogacy" tests at a
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