Photo: Cecilia Anthony has kept mementoes of the boy she never had. (ABC News: Simon Beardsell) Buried in a box in the back corner of a cupboard are memories Cecilia Anthony has tucked away for more than two decades. In the box are baby clothes, a hospital admission card and dried roses that symbolise her baby boy who never was. The Sydney woman was a young wife with her first baby on the way in 1997 when she was due for her 18-week scan. Her husband was away for work and because she wanted him there, she scheduled the scan at 19.5 weeks. "We had spent the day before choosing names with one of my aunts," Ms Anthony said. "We fronted up for the scan and it went on and on and the technician went quite silent, then excused herself and said she was going to get a doctor." […]