Sue’s Story

Sue’s Story

My husband and I were married in September of 1997. I was 35 years old and we wanted to start a family right away. By early December of 1997, (which seemed like forever) I took three pregnancy tests before I told my husband that I was pregnant. Pure joy! My first...
Henry W. Foster, Jr., MD, FACOG

Henry W. Foster, Jr., MD, FACOG

“History shows that no nation has reached its full potential, politically, socially or economically, when its women cannot control their fertility. Once they can, that nation’s most valuable resource, brainpower, is doubled if not more.” I began my residency training...
Toni’s Story – 1968

Toni’s Story – 1968

In 1968 the USSR and the US were testing nuclear bombs. Laugh-In premiered. The My Lai Massacre occurred in Viet Nam. Surveyor 7 landed on the moon. Peggy Fleming won the gold in the Winter Olympics. Martin Luther King was assassinated. Lyndon Johnson was president,...
Judy’s Story

Judy’s Story

I was about six or seven, visiting my grandfather’s farm in Vermont.  He had dairy cows, who were milked every day by Mr. Doyle. I loved animals and seeing the cows. One day I went to the barn all by myself to watch the cows come into the barn at milking time.  Mr....
David Bingham, M.D.

David Bingham, M.D.

Little did I know that my last rotation, OB-GYN, in the spring of ’66 would change the course of my life.  On our first day of that rotation, our student group headed up to a little amphitheater above a GYN operating room.  On the table was a woman in her 20’s.  She...