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sur·ro·ga·cy

 (sûr′ə-gə-sē, sŭr′-)
n. pl. sur·ro·ga·cies
1. The condition of being a surrogate, especially a surrogate mother.
2. Law The office of a surrogate.

sur•ro•ga•cy

(ˈsɜr ə gə si, ˈsʌr-)
n.
the state of being a surrogate or surrogate mother.
[1810–20]
Translations

surrogacy

[ˈsʌrəgəsɪ] N (in child-bearing) → alquiler m de úteros

surrogacy

[ˈsʌrəgəsi] n (= surrogate motherhood) → maternité f de substitution

surrogacy

nLeihmutterschaft m
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A successful surrogate pregnancy in Thailand and India can cost up to $72,000 and up to $225,000 in the United States, with costs rising when a viable pregnancy is not achieved on the first attempt.
20 -- The history of surrogacy goes back to the dawn of time, though the modern surrogate pregnancy got its big start in the late seventies.
Hollywood Life also reported a story some time back which talked about how Beyonce supposedly opted for a surrogate pregnancy.
The ethical debate over the rights of the two mothers involved in a surrogate pregnancy is often marked by a sexist dichotomy - as proved by the EU Court of Justice, on 26 September.
Having had a long and difficult labour following her last surrogate pregnancy, Jackie decided it was time to retire from surrogacy at 40.
In 2009 the couple from Luton, Beds, arranged for a second surrogate pregnancy.
The review, published in the journal The Obstetrician And Gynaecologist, calls for more legislation and guidance around surrogate pregnancy.
9) Despite her belief that the surrogate pregnancy would go
A devastated Tina agrees not to go through with the surrogate pregnancy, but a furious Owen tries to throw them out of the flat and demands the return of the PS5,000 he gave Tina.
Ask to yourself, "What do I know about surrogate pregnancy or same sex pregnancy or adoption?
D and L are twin boys born as the result of a surrogate pregnancy arranged through an Indian clinic.