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.