Miracle mums after Irish cancer victim has her best friend carry twins
Two Irish women living in Boston help make medical history happen
In Nov. 16, 2006, two of Angela and Pablo's frozen embryos were transplanted into Ann and to their mutual delight she was told a few months later she was carrying twins.
On July 13, 2007, Ann gave birth to two healthy boys Naoise (nee-sha) and Cian (key-an).and now Ann is Cian’s godmother. “I still want to pinch myself some mornings that this has all happened,” Pablo says.
“If I were in Ireland or even anywhere else in Boston other than Mass General would I have reached this point? Probably not,” says Angela. “I went from the floor opening up underneath me to having a family.”
“There are lots of ways to build a family and be a parent,” says Dr. Sabatini, who leads the program. “We want to help people think about the day when cancer is no longer part of their life.”
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