A team of journalists has uncovered ethical violations at one of the world’s most successful low-cost surrogacy agencies, New Life, Malia Politzer (India, Spain, 2013-2015) and Simon Bowers write for Finance Uncovered.

“For as little as $40,000—less than a third of commercial surrogacy costs in the US—New Life promises to help commissioning parents achieve their aspirations,” they write. “But a major investigation… has unearthed evidence of suspected ethical violations regarding the company’s recruitment and treatment of surrogates, and an opaque company structure that issues what some lawyers argue are worthless contracts, which could leave potentially vulnerable women and commissioning parents legally exposed.” 


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