An infertile Australian couple traveled to Thailand to find a woman who would act as their surrogate, offering her $14,000. Pattaramon Chanbua, already a mother of two, agreed, saying "We needed the money, one, to educate my children, and, two, so we can repay our debt." She gave birth to their twins, a boy and a girl, however, the boy had Down Syndrome and other medical conditions. The couple took the healthy baby girl home to Australia, but left the baby boy with Pattaramon. She said "I don't know what to do. I chose to keep him... I love him, he was in my tummy for nine months", however she could not pay for treatment for his life-threatening heart condition. Fundraisers have been able to raise money for the treatments. This has caused more controversy over paid surrogacy in Thailand. Thoughts?