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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Surrogacy

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Oyisile Jozi Grade 12 Life Sciences Research project Contents Page Introduction………………………………………………………………………..3 Explanation of the medical procedure of surrogacy………………………..……...4 Advantages and disadvantages of surrogacy……………………………………… 4 Surrogacy growth graphs……………………………………………………….….5 A brief history of surrogacy………………………………………………………..5 The world practise of surrogacy……………………………………………………6 Psychological and ethical issues of surrogacy…………………………………......6 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………….7 Reference list…………………………………………………………………….....8 Introduction Surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman carries and delivers a child for another (commissioning) couple or person. Surrogacy arrangements can be complex undertakings for both the commissioning…show more content…
in April 1986. A girl was conceived in vitro using sperm and eggs of her biological parents (Bruce-Hickman, 2009). Adopted from url.www.essaywriting.expert/surrogacy-essay/ The world practise of surrogacy There are many moral, ethical and religious disputes arising over the issue because of which the national legislation of the developed countries restricts surrogacy. In some countries it’s prohibited completely, in others it’s partially restricted. Surrogacy is prohibited by law in Austria, Germany (doctors and facilitators are penalized, rather than parents and surrogate mother), Norway, Sweden, and in some U.S. states (Arizona, Michigan, New Jersey) and France. For instance, the French believe that surrogacy “contradicts the law of adoption and violates the term of inalienability of the human body” and that’s why surrogacy is completely prohibited in France (Drabiak, 2007) in Germany a doctor that has translated the fertilized egg must incur the criminal penalties and pontential parents and surrogate mother get only a warning from
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