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Laurie Frisch is an advocate for natural family. She is the author of many articles about the adoption industry, baby-brokering businesses and child protective services. She also writes about reproductive technologies such as "traditional surrogacy" and egg or sperm "donation" and the consequences for a human being that is cut off from all or half her true family. Some of her previous articles include: Domestic Adoption Baby Boom - Exploiting Women and Families in America, (more...)

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