A lack of regulation of surrogacy in developing countries makes it easy for exploitation to occur. shutterstockCambodia is the latest country in our region to ban commercial surrogacy. As happened when India, Thailand and Nepal introduced such bans, dozens of Australians are now extremely anxious because they have no idea what is going to happen to their babies who have recently been born or are on their way.
A lack of regulation of surrogacy in these countries makes it easy for exploitation to occur. So, it is simpler for them to just ban the practice, rather than devise comprehensive laws …read more
Source: The Conversation