I should add that the gestational surrogate apparently chose twice to deliver Romney progeny.
Is this the type of country America wants to be? Every year, as IVF becomes more common, Sloan sees more women getting drawn into what she calls the "fertility-industrial complex." Affluent couples buy younger women's eggs or rent their wombs -- and put their bodies, their health and their fertility at risk. It's not always a win-win.
Note: My husband, Wesley J. Smith, is a consultant for the Center for Bioethics and Culture.
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