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Infertility, Embryo Adoption, and Adoption with Emily Stimpson Chapman
PLUS learn how scientists make sperm and eggs out of stem cells
Catholic writer and mother Emily Stimpson Chapman shares her journey with infertility, discusses the Church’s teachings on embryo donation, and relays her family’s experiences with adoption.
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The heartbreakingly beautiful story of Brendan Kelly, a boy with Down Syndrome and Leukemia, is an inspiration to anyone struggling under the weight of a heavy cross.
When your fiancé wants to “donate” his future child to his female best friend…not just the plot of a post-Reproductive Revolution romcom anymore!
This NPR discussion of in vitro gametogenesis (IVG) is a good way to catch up on the experimental process of creating eggs and sperm out of stem cells.
Looking for more on infertility? The National Catholic Bioethics Center put out this great episode on “Bearing the Cross of Infertility.”