CORNELL. PLEASE DON'T BE SCARED OF MY DAUGHTERS.
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WHEN Rebecca Cornell and her husband Mark wanted to start a family they were desperate to have a designer baby.
Rebecca, 33, had been diagnosed with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a rare condition that causes facial malformation and she was desperate not to pass the condition onto her baby.
‘I had been teased dreadfully at school because of what I used to look like,’ admitted Rebecca, who lives with Mark, 38, a technical engineer, in Norfolk.
‘Children used to scream and pretend they were scared of me when they saw me and I didn’t want to have to put my children through what I had been through.’ [download copy]