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Alice Clarke

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2016-03-23 at 05:51:00


In 1988,  Alice Clarke’s birth made her Australia’s first IVF surrogate kid. Conceived using donor sperm and her mum’s egg and then implanted into her aunt Linda’s womb.  Since then she has enjoyed being only child of older parents who thought they couldn’t have children. Alice is a freelance journalist.

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