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Michael Bass

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-10-12 at 09:52:18


Michael and his wife engaged in the Greek surrogacy program after multiple surgeries were unsuccessful in resolving adenomyosis and carrying a pregnancy was not possible. Michael will discuss the comprehensive legal framework and benefits of altruistic surrogacy in Greece, as well as share details of the program for IPs who have previously not considered Greece as a surrogacy destination. 

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