I see that Tiffany you have shared quite a view. You need to look into the other perspective. Surrogacy is starting to become a commercial trade. There is a huge risk where people are renting their wombs. Europeans have a benefit against currency; they will approach less expensive treatments within Asian countries. It allows growth in the medical industry by adding more international certified professionals in it. But there’s little attention towards the health risks and conditions of the surrogate mothers. There are very few hospitals that follow the standards. But it still lacks extensive policymaking. Europe has some of the best clinics and countries where you can transfer all legal rights to the parents. Even a visa is not required.