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Charity to pay Gammy's bills

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An Australian charity is paying the medical bills for a critically ill baby boy born to a Thai surrogate mother who had been hired by an Australian couple. 

Hands Across the Water was also arranging on Saturday for the boy, named Gammy, to be transferred from a hospital in Chon Buri to a private hospital in Bangkok, the Sydney Morning Herald reported on Saturday.

The charity was chosen by the organisers of the Hope for Gammy online fund-raising campaign, who have raised A$150,000 (4.5 million baht) as of Saturday to help the boy.

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