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Surrogate Mothers #270013

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 19, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to use of surrogate mothers as alternative to adoption by childless couples introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Detroit, Michigan) [Surrogate mother ELIZABETH - explains why she is participating [Dr. Richard LEVIN - describes method of screening potential surrogate mothers.] [Levin's attorney Katie BROPHY - says she does not know if a court would uphold validity of contract between childless couple and surrogate mother.] [Peg SMITH - explains why she thinks her husband should produce children through a surrogate mother.] Michigan lawyer Noel Keane's role in finding surrogate mothers cited. Michigan couple George and Debbie, and their friend Sue, who has borne them 2 children reported [GEO., DEBBIE, and SUE - comment.]
REPORTER:.] Eric Engberg

Schieffer, Bob

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