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Kelly Tichy

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2016-04-08 at 10:36:38


Kelly is a NZ born intended parent from VIC. She was diagnosed with stage three cervical cancer in 2010 and froze embryos with her husband Chris before starting treatment which left her unable to carry her own baby. Chris and Kelly have been part of the surrogacy community for a number of years, where they met their amazing surrogate. Their surrogacy team is currently going through the approval process in VIC.  She talks about the matching process and holding onto hope

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