Handbook of Gestational Surrogacy: International Clinical Practice and Policy Issues
by E. Scott Sills (Editor)
There is an increasing demand for gestational surrogacy in current reproductive medicine practice. Infertile couples often engage overseas surrogates, which increases the risk for legal and ethical complications. This book provides clinical guidance on the provision of gestational surrogacy on a worldwide basis, with brief summaries of the legal position within countries where it is offered. This volume provides a comprehensive overview of surrogacy for clinicians, counsellors, attorneys, legislators and anyone interested in reproductive health policy by filling an immediate niche as a resource for those interested in third-party reproductive treatments.
- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (October 31, 2016)
- Language: English