Navigating the rollercoaster of IVF

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 21 March 2017

17 mins

What does a paediatrician do when he discovers he can’t have children? Mark Nethercote is a paediatrician who has written a book A Time for Grace, about his experience with IVF. He talks about the desire to have kids, the stigma around infertility, and riding the rollercoaster of fertility treatment.

 For more on Mark’s book, check out his website here.

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