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Surrogacy - parenthood at any cost? The emotional and financial price

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What are the ethical arguments for and against surrogacy in Europe? And is it just about how healthy your finances are, as some believe? Euronews' Senior Foreign Correspondent Valerie Gauriat delves deep in a continent-wide investigation.

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