Opinion split as India plans commercial surrogacy ban Bobby and Nikki Bains with their children Daisy and Dhillon who were both born to indian surrogate mothers
Eastern Eye Staff
The move to ban commercial surrogacy in India will trigger the opening of new clinics in countries such as Cambodia, a British father whose children were born to surrogate women believes. Bobby Bains and his wife Nikki spent their life savings on fertility treatment. Seven years ago, they made the journey to a clinic in Mumbai after five failed IVF attempts and a fruitless search for an Asian egg donor in the UK. They have since been helping British couples to follow the same path after their daughter and son were born to Indian surrogate mothers. India’s cabinet cleared a…
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