IVF Babble Blog: Childlessness Overcome by Surrogacy (COTS)

In 1988 when I was ten years old my family appeared on the Wogan Show – a major chat show in the UK – and the subject was the controversial ways people were fighting infertility.

It was the last time I saw Patrick Steptoe, the amazing gynaecologist who helped my mum to have me. Also on the programme was Kim Cotton, who was at that time still at the centre of a storm of media attention as she had been paid to have a baby on another couple’s behalf for an American agency.

I met up with Kim again recently when she invited me to a meeting of COTS – Childlessness Overcome by Surrogacy – an organisation she formed to help people through surrogacy.

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