I lost my mother in 1986. She was 57 years old. She had fought a long battle, that began with a breast cancer diagnosis. Mom was cancer free for five years, and went in for a checkup. We all thought she looked great, but the news was not good. The cancer had metastasized to her bones. She would die two years later....
by Marni Denenberg, J.D., B.A.
I started working in the family building field over ten years ago, first in the field of private, newborn infant adoption, and now in the field of gestational surrogacy. Within a few weeks of working at the surrogacy agency I received a call from a family considering both private adoption and surrogacy. They...
If you're having trouble getting pregnant, you may need to change doctors, but not forever. Here's how to figure it all out. This podcast is brought to you by Path2Parenthood, a nonprofit organization.
By Stacey A. Pawlak, Ph.D.
As Mother’s Day approaches, women of reproductive age take part in the Mommy Draft, whether we’re ready to play or not. Team Mom is generally seen as the ‘winning’ team, what with the cards, brunch specials, floral arrangements, macaroni necklaces, and shout-outs in the community, at church, and on social media. Every other w...
An all too common diagnosis, endometriosis is diagnosed in at least one in 10 American women, and girls. Thirty to 40 percent of those diagnosed, and many others who are not diagnosed but who have the disease, will experience problems with infertility.
Endometriosis occurs when the endometrial tissue lining the inside of the uterus finds its way outside, and into other organs...