Author Archives: Francesca Nardi


Two Sides to Every Coin: India’s New Ban on Commercial Surrogacy

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Last week India’s lower house of Parliament passed a bill that would ban commercial surrogacy in the country. The passage of this bill has been celebrated by some, and criticized by others, as it brings India into step with a number of countries around the world that have banned commercial surrogacy. The commercial surrogacy industry […]

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Cuts to Reproductive Healthcare Coverage: Can Canadians Afford the Savings?

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Oh, Canada… The land of maple syrup, universal health care and… triplets? Funding cuts to fertility services in Canada have led to higher incidences of multiple births in recent years, threatening the health of mothers and babies and placing financial strain on the Canadian healthcare system. As in any universal health care system, resources are […]

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