The global situation needs to be monitored to be able to minimise the risk of exploitative advancements, argue the authors. Such developments could include economic risk to the adults concerned, physical and emotional risk to both adults and children concerned and failing to afford due dignity and attention to the children also to the forming of family life. There already are some stressing indications that overseas arrangements may pose such risks. The article cites episodes already exposed in the media like a 'surrogacy ring' in Thailand in which 13 Vietnamese women have been trafficked for the purpose of performing as surrogates.Related StoriesReducing medical center readmissions through Transitional Care: an interview with Rani KhetarpalDiabetic retinopathy therapy improvements: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of PolyphotonixApplying a top restaurant model to health care communications: an interview with Brandi Robinson, SanofiThe Anvil Group is a regular supplier of security services to the particular client in several high risk locations, which range from close security to identifying protected long-term accommodation for important workers.