NOTHING could stop Terry Pavlou from becoming a father. Not a freak accident that severed his spinal cord and put him in a wheelchair. Not the fact that he had yet to find a partner.
Within a few months, a donor and surrogate mother had been found and Terry was in Thailand for the IVF process. Within two weeks, the clinic rang him in Australia to say there were two healthy embryos and a willing surrogate mother to carry both.
Read the Entire Story, www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/on-fathers-day-eve-wheelchairbound-terry-pavlou-tells-of-his-extraordinary-lengths-to-be-a-dad/news-story/1af2f9fc04ed1e6580560df4d7b4f896
Resource: The Advertiser