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by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-11-26 at 07:31:09


How Can You Best Support Your Surrogate?

A recent study of 30 Australian & New Zealand altruistic surrogates who carried for intended parents they did not previously know sheds important light on how surrogates select intended parents. The presentation also illustrates surrogates own experiences of independent journeys, their support needs and how well these were met during pregnancy attempts and pregnancies. Essential for those considering whether altruistic surrogacy is for them.

Katrina Hale, NSW Surrogacy Counsellor & Psychologist

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