Join Flora Stone Mather Center for Women for Q&A session on infertility May 4

Infertility Q&A flyerInfertility affects approximately 10 percent of the population. Since infertility strikes diverse groups—affecting people from all socioeconomic levels and cutting across all racial, ethnic and religious lines—chances are you or someone you know is attempting to cope with the medical and emotional aspects of infertility.

An infertility Q&A session and lunch will be held Wednesday, May 4, from noon to 1 p.m. in Tinkham Veale University Center, Suite 248.

The session is a Flora Stone Mather Center for Women program, as a part of the Center’s Women’s Health Series & MOMS Group Initiative, provided by The Family Equity Committee. It will feature a talk with reproductive endocrinologist Brooke Rossi, who will share challenge and success stories for individuals and families seeking fertility health.

This program is open to all members of the CWRU community.

Registration is available online.