Reflecting on my first Resolve Advocacy Day

By Tiffany Stratz There are so many emotions we feel through working with patients to achieve building their families. Providers and patients become very connected along this infertility path, as most of you reading this know. I wish there was a switch we could just...

From Adversity to Advocacy

By Kate Weldon LeBlanc Soon after Lori Berube and Ryan Gagne got engaged, they started planning to build their family. “We knew we wanted to be parents,” Lori explains. “And we didn’t want to wait.” So Lori went for a check-up with an obstetrician, rather than her...

We Are 1 In 8.

By Rachelle Bernard 1 in 8. Did you know that one in eight couples deals with infertility?  Did you know there is such a thing as National Infertility Awareness Week?  Yeah, like you I had no idea. Why would I? I’m almost 42 years old. I have two children, 19...

The Gift that Keeps on Giving

By Ellen Glazer I am looking forward to joining several other members of the RESOLVE New England (RNE) community on May 10 at the Massachusetts State House. We will be there to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the passage of the law defining infertility for the...