Blyth, Eric (2006) Fertility tourism requires a social work response. The European Social Worker, 3 (2). p. 4.

In recent years, there have been increasing reports of couples, primarily from wealthy countries, seeking fertility treatment abroad, because such treatment is illegal or otherwise unobtainable in their own country or because it can be obtained more cheaply in the destination country.
The British Association of Social Workers’ Project Group on Assisted Reproductio(PROGAR) is concerned about two particular practices, a global trade in “donor” eggs and surrogacy.

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