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Singh discusses her research in India on infertility

a PSC In The News reference, 2014

"Infertility, surrogacy in India: U-M expert discusses her research" - UM News Service. 12/18/2014.

Holly Donahue Singh is interviewed about her study of infertility in India, including the inequality and ethical issues inherent in commercial surrogacy. She says reproductive rights are "not only about the people who are alive, but also about a vision of what future generations are going to be like. And we bring all of our biases, all of our preconceptions into that."

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Medical Xpress. Infertility, surrogacy in India. 12/19/2014.

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