Brooke Cochran in her home in Nicholasville in 2010, six years before she died and seven years after she was the surrogate mother to quadruplets for a gay couple. Photo by Charles Bertram
Brooke Cochran in her home in Nicholasville in 2010, six years before she died and seven years after she was the surrogate mother to quadruplets for a gay couple. Photo by Charles Bertram Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Brooke Cochran in her home in Nicholasville in 2010, six years before she died and seven years after she was the surrogate mother to quadruplets for a gay couple. Photo by Charles Bertram Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

Surrogate mom who gave birth to quadruplets for gay couple ‘started to drift away’ before death

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