How science is changing our motherhood journey

Jenni Quilter was 35 years old, single and living in New York when she decided to become a parent. Nothing can stop her from embracing motherhood, achieved by digital and scientific means: web scrolling, sperm donation and in vitro fertilization.

His memoir presents the zigzag nature of her journey. When a nurse called to say the treatment was delayed because she had fewer eggs than expected, Quilter immediately thought of the medicine in her refrigerator. It costs about $8,000 (€7,500). How science is changing our motherhood journey

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