Pregnancy becomes latest job outsourced to India
USA Today, December 31, 2007
The small clinic at Kaival Hospital in India matches infertile couples with local women, cares for the women during pregnancy and delivery, and counsels them afterward. These surrogate mothers, pioneers in the growing field of outsourced pregnancies, have given birth to roughly 40 babies. Now more than 50 women in this city are pregnant with the children of couples from the United States, Taiwan, Britain and beyond.
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