Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the case of a six-month old baby abandoned by his Australian parents because he had Down's Syndrome is "an incredibly sad story."
He said it was one of the pitfalls of surrogacy and added: "I hate to think that a child could be abandoned like that."
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