A baby must never become a ‘faulty product’ if surrogacy doesn’t go to plan

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Giles Fraser
The Guardian

A baby must never become a ‘faulty product’ if surrogacy doesn’t go to plan
There may be problems with the UK law but its emphasis on the protection of the surrogate mother remains the correct approach
6 September 2014