Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Celebrities and Surrogacy!

World of Surrogacy founder says it’s an affordable option for all couples struggling with infertility. http://www.worldofsurrogacy.com
Washington, DC (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Giulianna & Bill Rancic announced this week that after years of struggling with infertility and a recent breast cancer battle, they are finally expecting a biological child via gestational surrogacy. Click here to see the Today Show clip.
Many other celebrity couples have children through surrogates, including Elton John and David Furnish, Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, and Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban.
Surrogacy isn’t just for celebrity couples, though. All couples struggling with infertility can, in fact, afford to achieve pregnancy via a gestational carrier, just like the Rancics.
Surrogacy can be very expensive in the U.S. with a $100K-plus price tag, but it’s much more affordable in India, where the cost starts at $35K.
Crystal Travis founded World of Surrogacy, and has become a personal advisor to intended parents. She and her husband, Colin, know firsthand. They are parents of Mark, born in 2008, and twins Alec and Elle, born in 2010. The same surrogate mother at Akanksha clinic in Anand, Gujarat, India, delivered all three of the children.
Crystal has cultivated key relationships in India, and knows the in-and-outs of surrogacy. She would like to share her story with intended parents, and help guide them through the process.
“Every family has the right to realize their dreams of parenthood in an affordable and low stress way,” says Crystal. “World of Surrogacy is committed to that dream by providing guidance, support, and comfort to our clients throughout the surrogacy process, from conception through birth and beyond.”
Crystal is based in Washington, DC, and is available for television interviews on set or via satellite, as well as radio, print and web interviews.
For more information about World of Surrogacy and Crystal Travis, visit http://www.worldofsurrogacy.com.

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