Michael Garron Hospital promotes LGBTQ inclusive environment

When same-sex couple Asish Purushan and Krishneel Lall decided to have their baby at the Michael Garron Hospital (formerly Toronto East General Hospital), it was because their surrogate, Mazyline McCarthy, insisted on it.

She’d had her own children there and said the place “felt like home.”

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