VIDEO: Estonian woman breaks the myths surrounding surrogacy ({{commentsTotal}})

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ETV's "Pealtnägija" located the only known Estonian-born surrogate mother in the US, to talk about the myths and realities of surrogacy.

Piret Harmon, aged 46, breaks down the stereotypes usually associated with commercial surrogacy - she is neither unemployed, uneducated nor single. Why did an accomplished and happily married mother-of-one decide to, figuratively speaking, "rent her body" to another couple, and give birth to three children, with whom she has no genetic connection?



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