The sudden closure of the Motherisk helpline for pregnant and breastfeeding women is a step backward for Canadian women’s health and prenatal care.
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In Canada, there is no financial compensation for being a surrogate mother. But my motivation wasn’t about money.
Ann Pogwizd, as told to Today's Parent