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Lisa Landers

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2019-01-28 at 23:41:56

Lisa, 39, and husband Dermot, 37, are from Co Galway. They have been together for seven years. Lisa was diagnosed with cancer of the womb when the pair were dating, requiring a hysterectomy. Thankfully the cancer was contained  & Lisa didn’t need further treatment. Lisa’s ovaries were OK so the couple were able to use their own eggs and sperm. They created embryos with  Galway Fertility Clinic in 2016 & shipped them to Intersono in tLviv. Their first transfer resulted in a miscarriage. Their second let to a beautiful baby boy born on 12th of June 2018.



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