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Susan Gambale

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-09-18 at 11:18:51


Susan is a mum to three grown children who wanted to help a family who couldn’t carry their own children. Two years ago she joined the Aust Surrogacy Community Facebook group and put herself out there as a Surrogate looking for IPs. Fourteen months later, after one transfer, a baby boy was born and a new family was created. Apart from having and raising her own children, this was by far the biggest and toughest thing Susan has ever done , but despite that, it’s a journey she looks forward to taking again in 2019 with her new friends and IP’s.

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