Reproductive Technology and Surrogacy
by Hrafn Ásgeirsson, Salvör Nordal
Publisher: Nordic Council of Ministers 2015
Number of pages: 55
During the past few years, reproductive technology and surrogacy have emerged in a number of European countries as issues of debate. There has been a steady increase in the use of reproductive technology in the Nordic countries, as well as an increase in the use of cross-border medical treatment in order to achieve pregnancy. At the same time, a number of ethical issues have been raised concerning the rights of the participants, including the children.
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