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Don’t Talk About the Baby

Oct 10, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Don’t miss the screening of ‘Don’t Talk About the Baby’ the first documentary exploring cultural stigma around miscarriage and infertility followed by a panel discussion with director, Ann Zamudino, and Seattle miscarriage experts and advocates.
Pacific NW Fertility is thrilled to host this event in support of October’s Infant and Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month.

Tickets are $10 per person which includes screening, panel, light refreshments, and a copy of Dr. Lora Shahine’s book “Not Broken Illustrated: A Gift for Those Who Have Suffered Pregnancy Loss.”
All proceeds benefit Parent Support of Puget Sound, a local non-profit organization supporting families who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss.

Panel includes:
Ann Zamudino, Director of the Documentary
Dr. Lora Shahine, Director of the Center for Recurrent Pregnancy Loss at Pacific NW Fertility
Annie Kuo, Resolve Infertility and Miscarriage Advocate
Danae Ashley, Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MA, LMFTA
Host: Kaci Aitchison, Anchor and Reporter Q13 and King 5’s Take 5

For information contact communications@pnwfertility.com.


Oct 10, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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