Mother serves as surrogate for daughter's twins after rare cancer diagnosis

Just a few days before her 24th birthday in 2015, Micaela Johnson said was diagnosed with a rare form of cervical cancer that eventually rendered her infertile.
0:43 | 05/14/18

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Fact check it all started with a grandmother and L and I giving her daughter that gives it life. Yet again Sheila Gump is about to give birth to her own grandchildren. Twins conceived through in vitro for her 26 year old daughter Michaela. And McGill and her husband were trying for second baby when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer so chic grocer embryos before undergoing a hysterectomy and he now. Now mom at age 43. Is stepping in to be her surrogate. Carrying the baby for her baby and we talked about them a little while back and now she's finally about to give birth. For the twins you know the signs that they had an initial photos and guard run her Evans Gary if you have.

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