Rachel's IVF Journey“I was absolutely heartbroken the first time it didn’t work.” 

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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Rachel Scanlon’s lucky toilet came through for her not once, but twice. What – you don’t have a lucky toilet? Maybe Rachel’s story will convince you to reconsider. On Tuesday’s Ryan Tubridy Show, Rachel – who’s been through IVF an extraordinary thirteen times – started by telling Ryan that before deciding on going down the road of IVF, she and her partner Kevin had experienced a lot of disappointment:  …

“Physically after the last one I decided that you have to have a point where you self-preserve.”

As heard on The Ray D'Arcy Show

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Dr Sarah-Anne Buckley explained to Ray D’Arcy today why she chose to voice some of her most personal thoughts in public, charting the course of events she and her husband have followed over a two-year period.  Sarah-Anne recently wrote a piece in The Irish Times about living with the loss of successive miscarriages and the arc of the emotional journey: “Getting upset is …

Professor Robert Winston“People are still embarrassed about how they reproduce.”

As heard on The Ray D'Arcy Show

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He has spoken to about 42,000 children in schools throughout the UK in 2016 alone. He has written 15 or 16 books for children (he’s not sure which it is). As well as being a prolific author and professor of Science and Society at Imperial College, London, he’s a medical doctor, a scientist and a television presenter. (And you think …

Surrogacy‘Seven ladies were brought out and we were told to choose our surrogate mother’

As heard on The Marian Finucane Show

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It’s fair to say that the story of how Fiona Whyte and Seán Malone fell in love and had children is complicated. They grew up together in Miltown Malbay, Clare, but drifted by the time they reached adulthood. They went their separate ways, each marrying and having children. Fiona’s marriage broke up in 2006, while Sean also separated from his …