Grace Emily Stark joins the podcast as we examine assisted reproductive technology (ART), which is used to treat infertility. As more women are freezing their eggs and more couples are using in vitro fertilization, it’s important to know the pros and cons. We delve into the data, the costs associated, the success rates, and whether or not employers’ policies line up with the desires of the men and women who work for them.

Grace Emily Stark is the Editor of Natural Womanhood and a freelance writer and speaker with published work and media appearances in multiple outlets. Grace is a current Ramsay Institute Fellow at the Center for Bioethics & Culture, and a former Novak Alumni Fund Journalism fellowship recipient. Grace holds an M.A. in Bioethics & Health Policy from Loyola University Chicago, a B.S. in Healthcare Management & Policy from Georgetown University, and she has experience working in public health policy on both the state and federal level, including time spent working for the U.S. FDA.

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