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The Physician’s Corner: How to Get Coverage for Infertility

We’re excited to share a critical piece on The Blossom this week on navigating infertility care, including how to get coverage for treatment, the science specifics of freezing your eggs, and the hidden costs of “fully covered” care. Co-written by 3rd year medical student Stephanie Moss, who recently went through ovarian stimulation and embryo freezing, and a physician, Dr. Ariela Marshall, who, after years of IVF, was successful in giving birth to a son, this piece is as rigorously detailed as it is supportive and encouraging.

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The Moving & Empowering Story Behind Warriors (Performing Tonight! In NYC!)

Live on The Blossom, writer and endo patient Hannah George covers the Warriors album, produced by Bernadette Higgins and Oliver Ignatius of Holy Fang Studios. The album, a compilation of original songs from 15 different femme or femme-led artists, seeks to capture not just the difficulty of living with endometriosis, but also the resilience, power, and joy that comes with being a part of the endo community. The work is by and for endo patients, and as Savannah Rae Shiever, who performs as Fawn Response and is currently preparing for what will be her fourth surgery for endo, says, “May this record serve as alchemy to transmute and transform the pain and inequity that preceded it, and may it serve as a beacon for anyone and everyone currently impacted by the disease. From one warrior to another, if you are reading this: you are not alone, there is a whole community of us who love you and believe you, and there is help and healing on your horizon. Hold on.” Come together to celebrate the launch of this powerful and necesary album tonight at Nublu 151 in NYC—There's still time to snag your ticket!

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