Why I Will Walk


I walk because I know the struggle of infertility firsthand… In my late 20s I was told that it was doubtful for me to support a pregnancy to full term. The culprit: Uterine Fibroids- noncancerous tumors. After receiving this diagnosis, I put the thought of getting pregnant in the back of my mind and focused […]

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Why I go to the RESOLVE New England Annual Conference

This blog post was written by Keiko Zoll of The Infertility Voice. In 2009, after I had been dealt quite the blow with my premature ovarian failure diagnosis, Larry and I were left with lots of questions and few answers. We were in luck (as lucky as you can be with infertility) when I found […]

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MA Infertility State Advocacy Day Recap

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Thank you to each and every one of you who came to the State House last week to help us with the Massachusetts Infertility State Advocacy Day. Whether you occupied a seat at the Grand Staircase or electronically supported the day, your voice counted. Your voice was heard, loud and clear. The claps that echoed […]

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By Erin Lasker Executive Director of RESOLVE New England As I was traveling down to Washington, D.C., for Resolve: The National Infertility Association’s Advocacy Day, I was reflecting on the connections I made last year and wondering if I would see some of the people I had met. How would the year have changed for […]

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Advocacy Day 2013: Making Our Voices Heard

Infertility Advocacy Day 2013

By Erin Lasker, Executive Director This past Wednesday, May 8, 2013, I attended RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association’s Advocacy Day in Washington, DC. I was surrounded by 115 people ready to share their personal, professional and emotional stories of how infertility has touched each of us. Speaking for the 7.3 million Americans – 1 in […]

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Check Out Our Summer Peer Support Group Schedule!

Summer 2013 Peer Group Flyer color

If you’re looking for infertility or adoption peer support this summer, look no further than RESOLVE New England. Click the image below to download a flyer of our Summer Peer Support Groups! We’re also always on the lookout for more volunteer leaders in all communities and cities within New England; if interested in becoming a […]

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The Importance of Infertility Advocacy for Advocacy Day

The Importance of Infertility Advocacy for Advocacy Day | RESOLVE New England

This Wednesday our Executive Director, Erin Lasker, joins RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association as they head to Capitol Hill to lead volunteer advocates from all over the country to advocate for the infertility community. This year, the focus issues are on getting an infertility tax credit reintroduced into Congress and getting the Women Veterans and […]

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The Donor Conception Option: All About Using Donor Egg and Donor Sperm

National Infertility Awareness Week Blog The Donor Conception Option

Our National Infertility Awareness Week blog continues! Every day this week, we’ll feature one of our Circle of Support Sponsors as they share helpful information and advice about infertility, your options and coping. Today’s post is brought to us by Bronze Sponsor Cardone Reproductive Medicine and Infertility. By Rita Sneeringer, MD The option of donor […]

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Is a Peer Support Group Right For Me?


At RESOLVE New England, we offer a variety of Peer Support Groups, led by people who understand the unique challenges and stresses of dealing with infertility and the many varied paths to family building. All of our Peer Group leaders are volunteers who have experience with infertility. While they are not mental health professionals, they […]

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Which Path to Choose? One Woman’s Story

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Are you facing a crossroads about what family building path to take? One woman shares her story of decision-making. “You are not a candidate for IVF…” I had not prepared myself to hear those words or be faced with the decision: egg donation, adoption, or life without a child. I had suspected technical intervention based […]

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