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It was a staple of our grade-school history lessons, the inspiring tale of the intrepid explorer who discovered the New World. You could not grow up in America without absorbing the legend and the lexicon of the exploits of Christopher Columbus, who sailed across the ocean blue in fourteen-hundred ninety-two. It was a story that shaped the way we understood ourselves and our history, a secular version of the biblical Genesis story for generations of American schoolchildren. . . .
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Michele Borunda didn't intend to become part of a risky trend when she gave birth at 43. She just wanted a baby with her new husband, who was six years younger than she. She was already the mother of two teens -- a 16-year-old daughter and a 14-year-old son -- and figured the odds were against her conceiving naturally. So as soon as the couple returned from their Italian honeymoon, they began exploring fertility treatments. "We went to this specialist in Beverly Hills," Borunda recalled.
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