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IVF Brings Two-fold Joy to Spanish Businessman

IVF Brings Two-fold Joy to Spanish Businessman | Medical Tourism News | Scoop.it
Juan Carlos couldn’t be happier. The Spanish businessman has been blessed with two bundles of joy — son Antonio and daughter Rosio. The twins are India’s New Year gift to the 41-year-old.
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Surrogacy in Georgia

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“For couples having problems with conceiving children and looking for modern infertility treatments at reasonable costs, surrogacy in Georgia, Europe is a great option. Cost of surrogacy in Georgia is a pittance as compared to that in the USA and other developed European countries.”

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Surrogacy as a Business

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“India legalized surrogacy in 2002 as part of a larger effort to promote medical tourism. Since 1991, when the country’s new procapitalist policies took effect, private money has flowed in and fueled construction of world-class hospitals that cater to foreigners. Surrogacy tourism has grown steadily here as word has gotten out that babies can be incubated at a low price and without government red tape. Patel’s clinic charges between $15,000 and $20,000 for the entire process, from in vitro fertilization to delivery, whereas in the handful of American states that allow paid surrogacy, bringing a child to term can cost between $50,000 and $100,000, and is rarely covered by insurance.”

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Booming reproductive tourism in Asia threatens local medical services

Booming reproductive tourism in Asia threatens local medical services | Medical Tourism News | Scoop.it
Local health services in low income countries and women of reproductive age are the little-publicised victims of booming demand for…...
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