We knew it was huge to go to India," said Rhonda. "We could show up and it could be a phony website and we could be taken for a ride. But as we got more familiar and deeper into the process, our fears faded away. We met the doctors and spent time with them and there was an immediate connection and sense of trust."
Their unusual but touching journey is the subject of Leslie Morgan Steiner's new book, "The Baby Chase: How Surrogacy Is Transforming the American Family."
"Infertility is a cruel and crippling disease, and surrogacy is one of the solutions -- for some, it is the only solution." -- Leslie Morgan Steiner
Dr. Sudhir Ajja, co-founder of Surrogacy India, the Mumbai clinic where the Wiles' children were conceived and delivered, said about 95 percent of his clients are international -- 30 to 40 percent Americans, followed by Australians and Swedes. His clinic, founded in 2007, delivers about 302 babies a year, averaging 15 to 20 new pregnancies a month.
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