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Rob Reith

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2016-03-24 at 06:09:54


Rob and his wife Megan  endured multiple unsuccessful natural and IVF cycles in Australia. The President of Surrogacy Australia, Rob & his wife were finally lucky enough to have a close relative carry for them on the Mornington Peninsula. Rob will review the ups and downs of their personal journey and what he thinks needs to change  to make it easier for others

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