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05: Uterine Cancer & Surrogacy
22nd June 2015 • Beat Infertility • Heather Huhman
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Our success story today is Candace, who has a daughter via surrogacy after many ups and downs.  Her story includes her husband’s brain tumor, several failed IUI and IVF rounds, many rounds of Clomid, several surgeries, uterine cancer, a hysterectomy, plans for adoption, and finally---the switch to surrogacy.  Candace’s unusual story also involves being documented for an MTV special, closing the door to reproductive assistance, and using Facebook to raise the needed funds for adoption.  You’ve never heard a more intriguing infertility story, so join us to hear more from Candace!

Words of Hope:  Seek help and resources.  Explore EVERY option.  DON’T let a doctor say NO.  Do your research, join support groups, and read blogs. Advocate for yourself.

We are also following Rachel’s story.  Rachel lives in the UK; she got married, planned a family, and “just thought it would happen.”  Rachel has had four miscarriages, all in the early stages of pregnancy.  She has been diagnosed with “protein S deficiency,” which is a blood-clotting disorder.  Rachel is also dealing with Asherman’s Syndrome, which results in scars and fibroids from aggressive scraping during a D&C.


Rachel is hopeful that further treatments will work for her, and has written a book as a way to better connect with other women about staying positive on this journey to BEAT INFERTILITY.

Infertility coach Heather Huhman helps warriors like you make scientifically-based, well-informed decisions about your next steps. To schedule your free 30-minute call, go to






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