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Report available on the WCMT website

So, the tasks of my Fellowship are officially complete, but hopefully the journey is just beginning.  In case anyone is eager to read the report of my recent journey, it is now available online at the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust website as a PDF.  https://www.churchilltrust.com.au/fellows/detail/4007/Narelle+Dickinson

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A good news domestic surrogacy story :)

I am so pleased to be able to post a good news story about surrogacy that has made it to the media.  This is a great story about family coming together to help complete a couple's dream of becoming parents http://www.liverpoolchampion.com.au/story/3898017/it-was-an-absolute-honour/

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Just because we can… does it mean we should?

A few weeks ago I posted a story about a 55year old British woman who had triplets through IVF. Today I heard the story of a 70year old woman having her first baby (using donor eggs).  The inevitable question arises... what is the cutoff? What are the ethics of treating infertility in parents of this… Continue reading Just because we can… does it mean we should?

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The Report is out: Inquiry into the regulatory and legislative aspects of international and domestic surrogacy arrangements

The report of the Inquiry into the regulatory and legislative aspects of international and domestic surrogacy arrangements has been published and is available in full at http://www.aph.gov.au or I have uploaded it here:  FullReport The Inquiry has made 10 recommendations, summarised below: Recommendation 1:     The Committee recommends that the practice of commercial surrogacy remain… Continue reading The Report is out: Inquiry into the regulatory and legislative aspects of international and domestic surrogacy arrangements