How The Internet Is Revolutionizing The Adoption Process

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Jenny Galiani, mother of four adopted children
Jennifer Ludden, national desk correspondent, NPR
Adam Pertman, executive director, Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute

Many pregnant women and potential adoptive parents are bypassing traditional adoption agencies and connecting online. This trend raises a number of ethical concerns about the regulation of the online process and interactions between birth mothers and hopeful adopters.

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