Sharing a Pregnancy

By Ellen Glazer, Boston Sunday Globe, MA June 10, 2001 What is it like for a women to bear another woman’s child? It is easier than you might expect Marla Culliton is a dental hygienist with many loyal patients, and she knows they don’t like surprises. So rather than wait until the last minute to
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Three sisters, one baby

By Hallie Levine, Ladies Home Journal January 2001 Alicia Weaver was twenty-seven when she was diagnosed with leukemia. Her sister saved her life-and gave her the family she’d always dreamed of. Although Alicia Weaver was busy commuting from her home in Rahway, New Jersey, to New York City to complete her master’s degree in counseling
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Lawyers help bring baby home

By MaryAnne Motter Cullen, The Legal Intelligence – Suburban, Volume 5, No. 12 March 22, 2000 Surrogacy Arrangements Appear to be on the Rise When desperate clients come to see Melissa Brisman, They see her as their last hope for having a biological child. That’s because Brisman’s specialty is reproductive law at McFall Riedl &
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