Canberra Fertility Centre celebrates 30 years of making families

The Canberra Fertility Centre on Sunday celebrates 30 years of making families in the national capital, responsible for more than 7000 babies being born in the local community over the last three decades. Two of those babies are now three-year-old Kylah and four-month-old Layken, the treasured children of Gordon couple Alicia and Jeremy Spindler. Alicia and Jeremy Spindler and children Kylah, three, and Layken, four months. Both children were conceived through IVF at the Canberra Fertility Centre.  Photo: Elesa Kurtz They turned to the Canberra Fertility Centre and the option of IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) because although Alicia was still young she…
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