Great Books to Read About the Infertility Journey

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Cracked Open by Miriam Zoll

ISBN 978-1-56656-923-1

“Odds are , everything you know about fertility in American is wrong. Between our culture’s blind faith in technology, the media’s compulsion to sensationalize, and a lot of magical thinking, an entire generation of women has plotted their futures based on false information about their reproductive options. Miriam Zoll does an enormous service by making public her quest to get pregnant, but her memoir is more than a moving and honest personal story. As a profound human rights and health advocate, she is able to make sense of a confusing morass of studies, statistics, and practices with a scientific rigor that rises to watchdog journalism. May others follow in her stead.”

— Kate Bolick, contributing edior, The Atlantic


Unsung Lullabies by Janet Jaffe, Ph.D

“A new, creative approach that avoids psychological and medical jargon and makes the issues accessible to any reader.”

— Mirian Tasini, professory of psychiatry, UCLA Medical School

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