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Gina Bartasi is the Founder and CEO of Kindbody , a fertility care company with a mission to change the face—and practices—of fertility treatment. The growth in the fertility industry is a direct ramification of macro-economic trends as more and more women wait to get married and wait to have children. The name Kindbody is very intentional. We know that your mental health, your physical health and your reproductive health are all connected.
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