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Interesting show, keeps you wondering.. I love it and will watch it..
: This show shows the changes in infertility... and gives hopeless couples a chance to have hope. I was one of those patients about 35 years ago. I just wanted to get pregnant at all cost. I found this show interesting and heart warming... Yes, they have taken some parts and made them unscrupulous. Gotta keep up with the market if you want to get watched. I think they did this to trying to keep up with today's way of thinking. Let's face it that is the way life is now. People will stop at nothing to get what they want. For anyone, man or woman who has ever wanted a baby more that anything in life... this show makes sense...
I agree that there is some material in it that I am not certain to it's validly. Do they really do this? ... But even when taking that into consideration --- I do not care... It is interesting. And I will watch it for as long as it is on.... In case, you are wondering, my husband also agrees with me. No, we did not like the fact that a couple got a black baby when the labels were changed... but we are living in a time where people do this sort of thing, out of pure spite or jealously... I am surprised that Angie Harmon took the part paying some one who plays God... Decided what eggs need to get a boost for those in the bank and which do not....
All in all, we love this show and will watch it every week...
D. Ross Michigan
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