Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 31st, 2003
The latest results from a long-running study into surrogacy by researchers from City University, U.K., led by Prof. Susan Golombok, found that, contrary to anecdotal reports in the media, none of the 34 surrogate mothers interviewed for the study reported any misgivings about handing over the baby. Any emotional problems that the women did experience after the birth appeared to lessen with time. The majority of surrogate mothers enjoyed good relations with their commissioning couples and did not...
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