Infertility Research

The following are interested in interviewing women & couples who want to share their stories:

Kate Graham, freelance journalist - British glossy magazine
Posted February 28, 2006
I am freelance journalist, writing a feature for a British glossy magazine.
The subject is young UK women who donate their eggs abroad, rather than in
the UK.

Are you aged 25-40 with a story to tell? You can remain anonymous and the
subject will be treated with the utmost senstivity and tact.

Please email me at - Thank you!

Natasha Mann, journalist - Glamour Magazine
Posted February 23, 2006
I am a British journalist wanting to speak to female donor-conceived adults between the ages of 20 to 35 and based in the UK.

I want to hear your thoughts, opinions and points of view. All enquiries will be treated sympathetically. I hope to find women who will be willing to speak directly and openly.

Please feel free to make any initial contact in confidence.


Katie Fraser, freelance journalist from London - Grazia Magazine.
Posted Sept. 13, 2005
Seeking a woman who is happy to share her story of having had a baby by donor sperm.

More information:
The woman should be British, aged between 25 and 40 and have already given birth to the baby - what I'd like to do is write a retrospective diary of the whole experience. She would have to be happy to be pictured with her baby/small child (I think the child would probably have to be two or under). I will treat the whole issue in a sensitive, very positive way - I hope the piece will be a frank, honest account of the emotions and decisions involved in what must be a long and sometimes painful, but ultimately completely wonderful, journey.

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