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Surrogacy Lawyer Theresa Erickson--Dec 2 Voice America

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press_release_distribution_0162808_27995 The Surrogacy Lawyer invites you to join her for an enlightening discussion on The Surrogacy Lawyer: Your Guide to IVF and Third Party Family Building on Thursday, December 3rd at 11 AM PST/2 PM EST where she will interview advocates Regina Townsend, founder of The Broken Brown Egg and Eloise Drane, owner of Family Acuity. Both women are united in their passion to educate the African-American community about infertility awareness and reproductive health. During the radio program, they will be discussing some of the key issues and challenges, including myths and misconceptions, facing African-Americans who are having trouble conceiving and need infertility treatment, as well as what organizations like The Broken Brown Egg and Family Acuity are doing to change the conversation. In addition, they will talk about the role of social media in disseminating information. “Regina and Eloise are pioneers in infertility and reproductive health advocacy for African-Americans,” says attorney Erickson. “In making a difference for minority couples and singles, they also are bringing issues to the forefront that affects the entire infertility community. I applaud their efforts and looks forward to our discussion.”

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