Open for business?
An American intended parent, two-thirds of the way through a surrogacy in Ukraine
Surrogacy and the refugee. Part three: Is it okay to help a Ukrainian refugee in exchange for surrogacy?
Surrogacy and the refugee. Part two: Should intended parents sponsor their pregnant surrogate as a refugee?
Surrogacy and the refugee. Part one: Intended parents rescue former surrogates
Surrogacy and the refugee
What's next for intended parents working with Ukraine?
Nipping back in for the birth and other options
Not everyone abandons surrogates
Getting your newborn out. Part Two: Advice.
Getting your newborn out. Part One: A success story.
Surrogate babies trapped by war
An open letter from Ukraine's embryologists
Media roundup: Four excellent articles
Questions intended parents are asking
The war gets personal
Her surrogate is 36 weeks pregnant and in Kyiv
Links to stories and resources
Are Ukraine's embryos safe?
What about surrogates mid-process?
Two days after the invasion, intended parents share their thoughts. Part Two: an American whose child is due in October
Two days after the invasion, intended parents share their thoughts. Part One: a Canadian whose child is due in April
"We have managed to acquire a real bomb shelter near the clinic"
What do the surrogates think?