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By: Lisa Rosenthal
June 17th, 2020

Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate at RMA of Connecticut, opens up about her fertility story and what infertility has taken from her- referring to it as a "thief." She also discusses the many things infertility can't take away from us.

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men's health

By: Lisa Rosenthal
June 16th, 2020

June is Men’s Health Month, but how much do you know about the reproductive aspects of your health, or your partners? If you're like most people, you might know the basics, but this is a perfect opportunity to take a deeper dive to understand what is fact, and what is fiction. Lisa Rosenthal discusses fertility basics for men.

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LGBT Family Building | News

By: Dr. Spencer Richlin
June 11th, 2020

Dr. Spencer Richlin was featured on Mass Appeal, news 22 local station, and discussed family building for LGBTQ parents to be during Pride month.

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LGBT Family Building

By: Emma Lott
June 11th, 2020

Emma Lott, Brand Specialist, explains the relationship between RMA of Connecticut and our Gay Parents To Be Program. Learn what it is, how it came about, and the personal connection it has to our Medical Director, Dr. Mark Leondires.

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Third Party Reproduction | egg donor

By: Monica Moore
May 29th, 2020

Monica Moore, RNP, discusses everything you need to know about the egg donation process. She goes over how to find an egg donor, the egg donor screening/recruitment process, and your fear/concerns while offering advice and support.

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Advocacy Day

By: Lisa Rosenthal
May 28th, 2020

Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate at RMA of Connecticut, shares her experience and wins from RESOLVE's "virtual" Advocacy Day in May 2020. What is fertility advocacy? Who is it for? And how does it affect you? Read on to find out!