Category Medical Tourism
Pamela M. White questions why we know so little about Canadian surrogacy practices and outcomes.
Pamela M. White recounts the ways that Canada is described at a recent surrogacy conference in the United Kingdom.
G.K.D. Crozier contends that a regulated market in inbound medical tourism in Ontario could be preferable to either a blind-eye approach or a complete ban on the practice.
Karen Busby suggests that the safety, security and well-being of surrogate mothers, the children they bear and the intended parents may be better protected through regulatory regimes than criminal prohibitions.
Monique Deveaux highlights some ethical concerns with cross-border egg ‘donation’.
Jeremy Snyder and Valorie A. Crooks explain why they avoid using the word “ethics” on their Medical Tourism website.