Let’s Stop Gagging Surrogates

By Alison Motluk | HeyReprotech Newsletter | May 7, 2019

Are confidentiality clauses in surrogacy agreements harmful? The author of this article says they are and argues that not only do they harm the health of surrogates, but also society as a whole. This article makes that point that, because good and effective public policies rely on accurate information, surrogates should be allowed to communicate about their personal experiences. “Gagging” surrogates, says the author, hinders public education and undermines effective public policy. 

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