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3.20-3.50pm

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-03-06 at 04:05:52


Surrogate  Panel

Australian surrogates who carried for a previously unknown recipient or for a relative explore how expectations can differ, how to come to agreements on crucial issues; How support needs were or were not met; What were the toughest aspects; how to survive the unexpected hurdles; Managing expenses, communication, trust  and more.

Moderator: Katrina Hale

Panelists: Susan Gambale, Jessica Beaven, Suzanne Pearl

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