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When it is said that the practice of surrogacy must be guided by ethics, then what does it actually mean?

By Babygest Staff .
Last Update: 03/22/2017

Understanding ethics as the set of moral norms that govern a person's conduct, to speak of ethics in relation to surrogacy refers to the fact that none of the participants (future parents, clinics, surrogate mother...) should initiate such a complex process without being fully aware of all its medical, legal and moral implications.

Each of the parties should be prepared to assume its responsibilities in each potential situation, so that in no case will there be any prejudice to the others. Neither the intended parents nor the surrogate nor the baby should suffer in the process the consequences of a decision taken lightly.

Read the full article on: Moral Implications of Surrogacy ( 88).