It was a busy, but exciting week for our crew here at the Embryo Adoption Awareness Center, one which certainly helped the good news of embryo adoption. We wanted to take a moment to recap some of the events happening this week just to make sure you didn't miss anything.
Embryo Adoption on Family Talk Radio
This past Wednesday, the Strege family, the very first embryo adopters, appeared on the Family Talk radio broadcast with Dr. James Dobson for a 25-minute interview. Don't miss an amazing opportunity to hear how embryo adoption started, the Strege’s amazing story and how embryo adoption can help you achieve your dream of achieving pregnancy. To listen to the full broadcast visit the Family Talk website.
Fox News Focuses on Embryo Adoption
Continuing an awesome week of exposure and awareness, Fox News featured embryo adoption on their website, telling the story of the Hawkins family. Enjoy an excerpt of the moving story below.
“Stephanie Hawkins is one of the 6.7 million women in the U.S. who struggle with infertility. But when she and her husband Ben realized they wouldn’t be able to have biological children, the Rochester, NY couple decided it was time to try to start their family another way.”
To read the full story visit FoxNews.com.
The Affordable and Accessible Adoption Choice Webinar
On Tuesday, the EAAC hosted an evening webinar session called “The Affordable and Accessible Adoption Choice” which is meant to introduce families to the process of embryo donation and adoption while answering any initial questions they may have. We had a great audience for this latest session, but if you weren't able to attend, we still have you covered. You can access a recording of “The Affordable and Accessible Adoption Choice” on the Webinar Archive page of our website. If you would prefer to join us for our next live session, we are hosting another live session on Wednesday, February 19th at 6pm MT.
To learn more about embryo donation and adoption please visit EmbryoAdoption.org.
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