Researchers Spotlight Role of Race in Infertility Care

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“Empathize, but don’t project” is among the helpful advice two Communication Studies faculty members share in a pair of articles in “Vital,” a health humanities magazine, illuminating aspects of their infertility research.

In a piece entitled “Race, Racism, and Infertility” for which they are interviewed, Associate Professor Margaret Quinlan and Research Faculty Associate Bethany Johnson share how race can influence women’s health and the care they receive, particularly for infertility:

They also share a resource guide for family, friends, and medical practitioners: