Preserving empowerment

Keren Gefen’s newest initiative focuses on fertility preservation.

By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
February 2, 2017 19:41
Keren Gefen

Keren Gefen founder Dr. Karen Friedman. (photo credit: KEREN GEFEN)

 
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Fertility preservation is not common dinner table conversation. In fact, it’s fairly taboo to talk about it anywhere, but a new series of workshops from Keren Gefen, the renowned organization providing support for women undergoing fertility treatment, is aiming to change that and shed some light on the subject with the Fertility Preservation Workshops.

“I started hearing more and more about freezing the egg as a form of fertility preservation and that it can yield children later on,” Keren Gefen founder Dr. Karen Friedman states.

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