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Fertility 2020 Conference, Edinburgh, January 2020

Fertility 2020 Conference, Edinburgh, January 2020

Our founders Helen Prosser and Natalie Gamble were delighted to speak to the Fertility 2020 conference in Edinburgh – the joint national conference of the British Fertility Society, Association of Clinical Embryologists and the Society for Reproduction and Fertility, attended by more than 800 delegates from fertility clinics across the UK.

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The Guardian on the rise of single fathers by choice

The Guardian on the rise of single fathers by choice

The Guardian has published a feature about the growing numbers of men pursuing parenthood through surrogayc, adoption and fostering, sharing their stories. We were pleased to help with the article, which also quotes our founder Natalie Gamble:

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The Times on the Scottish Catholic Church and surrogacy

The Times on the Scottish Catholic Church and surrogacy

The Times has reported criticism of the Scottish Catholic Church for describing surrogacy as 'child trafficking' The Scottish Catholic Church has been criticised for questioning 'whether surrogacy is any better than child trafficking' in its response to the Law...

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Could you be a Diversity role model?

Could you be a Diversity role model?

Helen and Natalie met with Suran Dickson from the fantastic charity Diversity Role Models which is working hard to promote awareness of non-traditional families in schools.

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Could you be a trustee for the National Gamete Trust?

Could you be a trustee for the National Gamete Trust?

The egg and sperm donation charity, the National Gamete Donation Trust (NGDT) (of which Brilliant Beginnings and Natalie Gamble Associates director Helen is a trustee), is looking for enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated individuals to complement their hardworking team of trustees.

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Brilliant baby boy!

Brilliant baby boy!

We are absolutely thrilled to announce the arrival of our first Brilliant Beginnings Baby, little Rupert who was born on 1st April 2015 weighing a healthy 7.7lbs!

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