India Passes New Law to Regulate Fertility Industry
Sought by health tourists, the industry is said to be rife with abuses
By: Neeta Lal
India’s fertility industry has long been a mess, with critics saying reproductive technology specialists are too often putting lives at risk – including in 2016 providing in-vitro fertilization for one 72-year-old woman – as well as assisting physically unfit mothers and endangering the children born of them. Some of the young women who hav…
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