Psychological Issues with Infertility Treatment

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Psychological Issues with Infertility Treatment


We primarily think of infertility in terms of physical treatment, but it also causes an enormous amount of grief for patients.  Host Dawn Davenport interviews Dr. Linda D. Applegarth, Professor of Psychology and Director of Psychological Services at the Center for Reproductive Medicine & Infertility at Cornell University, and an infertility counselor with over 20 years experience. We will talk about how to survive and even thrive while in treatment, and how to address the thorny decisions you will likely face along the way.

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28/11/2007 | by Radio Show | Categories: 2007 Shows, Infertility, Infertility Radio Shows, Radio Show | 2 Comments

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