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Sportscaster Erin Andrews and Meet the Press moderator Kristen Welker share an emotional conversation about their journeys with infertility and surrogacy before welcoming their children. They join TODAY live to talk about the future of fertility and surprise a couple helping cover the costs for treatment.

For Erin Andrews, surrogacy was a Hail Mary ... and now she's passing the ball