Up to 150 Australian couples caught up in Thailand's surrogacy crackdown will have to obtain special permission from court to take their babies home.
David and Wendy Farnell have spoken to 60 Minutes about bringing baby Pipah back to Australia and leaving her twin, Gammy, with his surrogate mother.
Thai medical authorities have threatened to take legal action against baby Gammy's surrogate mother.
The Australian biological parents of baby Gammy have spoken about their experiences with his Thai surrogate mother and the agency which made the arrangements, saying that the media has been misled.
The surrogate mother of abandoned baby Gammy says his biological parents told her they could not take him because they're "too old" to care for twins.
Thailand's surrogacy industry has been thrown into the spotlight by the tragic case of six-month-old baby Gammy, whose Australian parents refused to take him after they discovered he had Down syndrome.
One UK mum wants to continue being a surrogate because she is addicted to the "thrill" of pregnancy.
Surrogate mothers help women who can't carry their own baby achieve their dreams of motherhood. But a growing number of women in the US are seeking the services of a surrogate simply because they don't like the idea of going through pregnancy and childbirth themselves.
Heterosexual couples appear to have overtaken gay men as the biggest users of overseas commercial surrogacy, a groundbreaking study has found.
Commercial surrogacy is illegal in Australia, leading hundreds of people each year to pay women overseas amid difficult decisions and sometimes tragic outcomes.
When author Kishwar Desai began researching her novel abiout commercial surrogacy in India, she wasn't prepared for what lay ahead. Poverty-stricken surrogates give over their lives, bodies and rights to the "commissioning parents", while doctors, lawyers and tourism agents grow rich on the resulting deals.