(Kazan, January 12, Tatar-inform, Lucia Kamalova).
A 58-year-old woman in Tatarstan through surrogate maternity became a mother of twin girls.
A 62-year-old man last year became the oldest Dad.
TODAY'S BOOK SUGGESTION:
The Baby Chase: An Adventure in Fertility
-- “I’m not over 40 and childless for no reason,” writes Holly Finn. “I smoked in my twenties. I preferred red wine to sparkling water. I ate too much milk chocolate. I liked limericks. I know all the wrong I’ve done. But also, more than any of that, I’ve always longed for children.”
Yet there she was: successful, social, mostly happy, and not a mother. Knowing that her chances of becoming pregnant naturally were quickly fading, Finn decided to gamble: she—like some 85,000 other women in the U.S. each year—would attempt in vitro fertilization.
Almost three years later, she’s still trying, and in the process has become an accidental pioneer (and, at times, a guinea pig) in the ever-evolving science of IVF.
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