In China, A Baby Is Born To Surrogate Four Years After His Parent’s Death
Science and technology has made many advancements and with that things which were impossible, can be done easily.
In China, a surrogate mother recently gave birth to a baby boy, but here is the twist – this happened four years after his parents died in a car crash, Chinese media reported. The deceased couple was undergoing fertility treatments before the fatal accident in 2013. Their parents fought a drawn-out legal battle to gain access to the couple’s fertilised embryos, kept in a hospital in the eastern city of Nanjing.
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The baby boy – nicknamed “Tiantian,” or “sweet” in Mandarin – was born on December 9 to a Laotian surrogate, the Beijing News reported Tuesday. Surrogacy is illegal in China, forcing those who can afford it to look for potential options abroad, reported AFP.