Janczuk, Weronika
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Weronika Janczuk graduated from NYU in 2013 with a self-designed B.A. in the philosophy of the human person. She worked for five years with FEMM, a non-profit providing education and medical protocols rooted in contemporary advances in reproductive endocrinology, and is a certified FEMM Teacher. She now represents an array of fiction and non-fiction projects as a literary agent.


The Problem Isn't Technological: Rebuilding Women's Reproductive Health

We have the scientific data we need to understand the relationship that a woman's ovulation has to her overall health, and that healthy ovulatory patterns are a prerequisite to being fertile. We also have the data to teach women to observe their biomarkers, to check whether they ovulate in any given cycle, and to teach doctors to diagnose and treat the underlying abnormalities these observations reveal. So why don't we?

Date posted: 2019-02-02