Are we using the mental framework and hard-wired dedication they possess for monetary, fertility gain?Are we playing on the service strings of their hearts?A woman wanting to become a surrogate must be within a certain age (generally 21-40 years old), be in good health, pass screening exams such as psychological tests, and she must have birthed and raised her own children.
When you consider the population of the United States, what group of women do you think are more likely to possess these desirable attributes?
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