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CHINA-SURROGACY/
RTXEJYO
April 30, 2009
Xiao Hong, a young Chinese surrogate mother who said she was forced into an abortion by district family...
Guangzhou, China
To match feature CHINA-SURROGACY/
Xiao Hong, a young Chinese surrogate mother who said she was forced into an abortion by district family planning officers in Guangzhou, displays the scar on her pregnant abdomen where she said she was injected with a drug February 28, 2009. The two other mothers who said they were forced into abortions are standing in the background. Xiao Hong, 20, who declined to give her real name for fear of reprisals, had been pregnant with four-month-old twins at the time. With China's rising affluence, increasing numbers of infertile couples have been seeking surrogate mothers to carry a child on their behalf, but the ambiguous legal status of the growing underground industry has led to occasional abuses like forced abortions. Picture taken February 28, 2009. To match feature CHINA-SURROGACY/ REUTERS/James Pomfret (CHINA POLITICS HEALTH)
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