Gay couple welcome triplets with DNA from both dads after rare IVF pregnancy

Gay couple welcome triplets with DNA from both dads after rare IVF pregnancy
 

New fathers Justin Ruehs and Adam Smeets have welcomed a set of triplets home, who have DNA from both of them thanks to a rare IVF pregnancy. 
The couple, who live in Chicago, Illinois, became parents earlier this year after four years of trying to start a family.
Homophobic politician trolls memorial page of gay teen who committed suicide Using a rare IVF process, the surrogate mother was implanted with embryos with DNA from both dads.
The successful process led to the birth of triplets, two girls and one boy, who had DNA from both their parents.
The couple, who were initially deterred... read more

 
2 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 34
Source: Metro
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