pellinore Posted February 3 #1 Share Posted February 3 (edited) Dr Anna Smajdor, an associate professor in philosophy at the University of Oslo, claimed it could be a viable option for women who 'prefer not to' carry a child. Women would avoid the pregnancy health risks, such as high blood pressure, along with any emotional trauma as a result of complications, and it tackles the problem of a lack of surrogates, she argued. Should brain dead women be kept alive and used as SURROGATES? | Daily Mail Online Edited February 3 by pellinore 1 7 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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