Hong Kong diocese seeks action against commercial surrogate motherhood
Catholic World News - December 02, 2010
Father Michael Yeung, the vicar general of the Hong Kong diocese, has called for enforcement of a legal ban on paid surrogate motherhood.
The commercial practice of surrogacy, which is illegal in Hong Kong, has become a hot topic for discussion since a prominent businessman, Peter Lee, became the father of triplets delivered by a surrogate mother in the US.
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