Dozens of women seeking to become mothers came to a fertility clinic at Yale. A (five-part) narrative series about the shocking events that unfolded there. From Serial Productions and The New York Times.
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This week, we're sharing an episode from our friends over at Heavyweight, one we think listeners of The Retrievals would enjoy. You can listen to their new season now, where ever you get your podcasts.
In fertility treatment, a successful outcome is defined as a healthy baby. In this story, the outcomes are complicated for everyone involved.
What we know about what happened at the clinic.
Extremely breathy and it’s noticeable when she pauses between sentences. Takes a big breathe before starting each new sentence. How production missed on it is beyond me.
Thank you for educating those of us who were unaware this is/was happening.
Awful incident but what I found the most shocking if not surprising was how the reports of women’s pain were dealt with (or rather not). It was brought to home for me when I had a recent IUD fitting with no anaesthesia offered. Women’s pain is ignored and belittled. It’s wrong. Badly wrong. And it’s more than fertility clinics that need to learn that lesson.
As a woman and a mom who has been dismissed before, thank you for laying out this pattern. Thank you to all the women who used their voice to share with us!
VERY well done. Impressive reporting and story telling. Thank you for reporting on this!
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