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Walk to end stigma surrounding infertility

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FARGO — The non-profit Everlasting Hope brought the community together Sunday, August 9 for a walk centered on ending the stigma surrounding discussions on infertility.

Sixty-five people participated in the "Walk of Hope" at Lindenwood Park. Tara Brandner, President of Everlasting Hope. says she hopes events like this can help people open up and talk about infertility, saying it's more common than people realize.

The non-profit's next event will be a conference in September.

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