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Jennifer Griffiths

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2021-11-01 at 07:01:15


Jen and her partner worked with San Diego Fertility Center in California having travelled for transfer with an exemption during Australia’s travel lockdown. She fell pregnant  on the first try and is currently 23 weeks pregnant, so due in mid-late February. She and her partner have additional embryos  with San Diego

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