Helping the Stork POD/NR

Helping the Stork

International Edition
About the Book
Did you know that donor insemination is as widespread a means of family-building as adoption? Few people realize it because of the secrecy usually surrounding this choice a choice hundreds of thousands of people consider each year. Childless couples and single women are in greater need than ever of an informative, complete, and supportive bible on the subject. This is the one book that people will want to get all the help they need when considering this option. Heidi Moss, a clinical social worker counseling infertile couples, and Robert Moss, a professor in the field of genetics and developmental biology, now the parents of two children conceived via donor insemination, wrote this book after searching in vain for information on the subject. Carol Frost Vercollone was the first clinical social worker at the national infertility organization
About the Author: Carol Frost Vercollone, M.S.W., became the first clinical social worker to join the staff of the national infertility organization Resolve, and currently offers workshops for those involved with donor insemination. Heidi and Robert Moss have two children conceived with the help of a donor, and share their experiences throughout the book. Heidi created a DI hotline for a Resolve chapter, and earned her degree in social work in order to counsel parents-to-be Robert is a college biology professor and contributor to both science and education journals.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780028619170
Publisher: Wiley
Publisher Imprint: Wiley
Depth: 19
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 21 mm
Weight: 470 gr
ISBN-10: 002861917X
Publisher Date: 21 Oct 1997
Binding: Paperback
Height: 235 mm
No of Pages: 320
Series Title: English
Sub Title: The Choices and Challenges of Donor Insemination
Width: 152 mm
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