William Stern holds his daughter, then known as Baby M, in 1987. The Sterns' surrogate tried to keep the baby after she was born. Their court battle became the first public debate about surrogacy. M. Elizabeth Fulford/AP hide caption

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Who Is A Parent? Surrogate Technology Outpaces Law

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Surrogacy Experts Help Navigate Murky Legal Waters

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Kate Donnellon Nail, 43, works out regularly and eats well. She never thought she would have a problem conceiving a child. Anna Kuperberg/www.kuperberg.com hide caption

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Many Women Underestimate Fertility Clock's Clang

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Donor-Conceived Children Seek Missing Identities

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A New Openness For Donor Kids About Their Biology

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Egg Freezing Puts The Biological Clock On Hold

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Making Parenthood A Reality Through IVF Grants

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Taming The Twin Trend From Fertility Treatments

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