Sunday, 2 October 2016

Gay Couple Deliver Triplets

Two gay fathers have each transmitted their genetic material to their children in a rare IVF pregnancy.

Justin Ruehs and his husband Adam Smeets, who live in Chicago, Illinois, became parents earlier this year. They had spent four years trying to start a family and finally welcomed triplets.

 But in an odd-defying IVF process, embryos from both Ruehs and Smeets were implanted successfully. This means their surrogate delivered not a traditional set of triplets, but twin girls and a baby boy.

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