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The Baby Chase: An Adventure in Fertility

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Finn’s engaging and honest account sheds light on a subject that few people who undergo IFV are willing to talk about: what happens when the science doesn’t ...
Published (first published July 8th 2011)
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Holly Finn recounts her own experience with in vitro in this short-book, long-essay from

Regardless of what you'd do in her situation, Finn provides valuable insight into emotional and physical trials that infertility has on an individual (or on a couple). Based on statistics alone, we're all likely to know someone who is going through this experience, and it's hard to know what to say or do. Finn's story should give you some ideas.

For a husband's take on in vitro, check out th
Hoping for a happy ending for author!
Heartbreaking to read about one woman's struggle with infertility. It is written with humor, heart and sprinkled with medical facts that all young women should know about their chances of conceiving. I really hope that her treatments succeed.
Liked it! Not sure that I really got anything new out of it, but I did appreciate her humor.
Very thought-provoking, especially right after reading State of Wonder.
Fascinating and sobering look at IVF and one person's experience.
Ted Barnett
A story familiar to many of us, and well-told.
Colin Summers
So funny, enlightening and touching.
I didn't really care for this. It was about about one woman's trials & triumphs with fertility.
Viciously depressing, but a good read. Don't read it WHILE you are having fertility problems!!
Crystal Stevenson
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