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Lean & Diarmuid

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2019-09-20 at 00:21:22


Following a number of miscarriages and a hormonal breast cancer diagnosis, surrogacy was the only option available to Lean & Diarmuid to grow their family. A long, difficult and expensive road – with plenty of bumps along the way – however ultimately worthwhile – their son Alex was born in Canada in June 2019. Lean will discuss their experiences of shipping embryos and engaging in the Canadian altruistic model

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