Charlene Petitjean - Columbia Journalism Student - egg donation
My name is Charlene. I am a student at the Graduate School of Journalism and am currently in the process of writing an article on "conceiving a child through egg donation." This project will constitute my master's thesis, which will treat on both the scientific and emotional aspects.
Because I will be focusing on the parents' experience, I am currently looking for couples and individuals that are going or have gone through the process to get a more personal-leveled understanding of what couples go through when choosing egg donation.
Would anyone be interested in or know of couples/people (possibly living in NY or in LA) who would be willing to share their experience with me?
Many articles were written about the donors' perspective. And I think it's important to bring to light and to life what the parents are going through.
In advance, thank you for your response and your help. I look forward to hearing back from you.
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