Wednesday, July 15, 2009

More good planning

Fox News: A Spanish woman believed to have become the world's oldest new mother when she gave birth at age 66 has died, leaving behind twin toddlers, newspapers reported Tuesday.
Maria del Carmen Bousada, who reportedly died Saturday at age 69, gave birth in December 2006 as a single mother after getting in vitro fertilization.

She told an interviewer she lied to a California Fertility Clinic about her age, and maintained that because her mother had lived to be 101, she had a good chance of living long enough to raise a child.

Selfishness defined.

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