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Ashley Ford

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-12-17 at 22:57:15


Ashley had  always known she didn’t want children, but recognised others had a strong desire for family. Ashley decided she had eggs ‘going to waste’ and wanted to help. She has since completed 8 donor cycles and will be doing a 9th in early 2019. Four babies have been born from her donations so far with three recipients awaiting frozen embryo transfers. She has completed donations in NSW, VIC, and Tasmania.

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