Positive media treatment of Catholic center for fertility care
CWN - July 30, 2012
The Chicago Tribune has published an article describing how a local woman was able to conceive after receiving care at the Pope Paul VI Institute in Omaha.
The institute was founded in 1985 and offers fertility care that is in accord with the teaching of Humanae Vitae.
“While Chicago has become one of the nation's hubs for advanced reproductive technology such as IVF, Omaha has become a hub for alternative fertility care,” the Tribune reports. “That model encourages women to take a more collaborative approach to their fertility care by watching for biological signs of a higher potential to get pregnant.”
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Posted by: AgnesDay -
Jul. 30, 2012 12:26 PM ET USA
IVF is expensive, painful, undignified, and does not guarantee success. It also involves the "reduction" of "excess embryos". It is a fraud and a murderous scheme that takes advantage of good peoples' legitimate desire for children. What a refreshing article from the Tribune!