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Britons paying up to £25k to buy children from booming Indian 'baby factories' as authorities plan clampdown on unregulated fertility industry

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May 28, 2012

Indian fertility experts have warned that the country is facilitating the development of a ‘womb to rent’ culture where women who could conceive naturally were opting to use a surrogate to avoid the physical effects and aggravation of childbirth. full story

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