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In a series of honest, uninhibited conversations, host Sam Shaber guides you through the world of in vitro fertilization, adoption, and all the pain, joy, angst, and love of trying to make a family the new-fashioned way. You’ll hear from intended parents (gay, straight and single), doctors, egg donors, adoptive and transracial parents, and more, as well as from Sam herself, while on her own journey to have a baby via surrogacy.
IVFU goes beyond the sappy and maudlin. These are intimate conversations with people who really get what you’re going through. Because the struggle to make a family can be so painful, sometimes you just have to pour some wine, break out the chocolate, and have a good laugh with your closest friends.
IVFU, now accepting applications for the fall semester.
Editor’s Note: Many of the interviews featured this season were recorded in person, prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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