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Title Australian Story: Lexie's Village
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (28 min. 51 sec.) ; 170462244 bytes
Summary Introduced by Caroline JonesNatalie Lovett was 46 and childless when she flew to the United States to create a baby. She'd exhausted all her other options to become pregnant and was following up on a San Diego fertility clinic that offered a money back guarantee. Two years later she's the proud mother of an eighteen month old daughter and now faces a very different dilemma: what to do with the extra embryos still stored in the US clinic."Destroying the embryos just wasn't really an option. It was just something I could never bring myself to do. I'd rather give them a great home and a great life." she says. Natalie came up with an unconventional solution- to create an extended family for her only child - but there was a catch
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-09-28 at 20:00:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Cesarean section.
Human embryo -- Transplantation.
Mothers -- Attitudes.
Pregnant women -- Medical care.
Pregnant women -- Services for.
Sperm donors.
California -- San Diego.
South Australia -- Adelaide.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Caroline, host
Bourne, Kate, contributor
Fagan, Fiona, contributor
Lovett, Heather, contributor
Lovett, Ken, contributor
Lovett, Lexie, contributor
Lovett, Natalie, contributor
Lovett-Jones, Amanda, contributor
Woodroofe, Amanda, contributor