Legal and Ethical Implications of Surrogate Mother Contracts
Friend, Teresa Lynn
Clinics in Perinatology. 1987 Jun; 14(2): 281-292.
Adoption; Contracts; Fathers; Government; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Legal Rights; Legislation; Liability; Mother Fetus Relationship; Mothers; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Remuneration; Rights; State Government; Surrogate Mothers;
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