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Jane Aronson, the Orphan Doctor. The Babble Interview.

An amazing interview and article with Jane Aronson, known as "The Orphan Doctor." She has worked with Angelina Joelie's children. The three page interview hits on reasons that parents may decide or prefer to bring home an older child for adoption as well as care concerns and current trends. Offensive in nature when she lumps all domestic adoption birth parents together, the article does, however, offer a lot of information to those adopting internationally.

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Help Pours in for Hissar Mother

by AdoptionNews on
25 Sep 2007 06:52 AM
Category: Birth Parenting (http://www.ndtv.com)

Help has started pouring in for a mother from Hissar who wanted to give up her daughters for adoption because she no longer had the resources to keep them with her....

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Teens Doing The Peace Dance

A Spotswood High School student who was born in Mozambique and adopted soon after by an American couple is using a class assignment to reach out to her birthplace. Alcinda Brubaker, 16, a sophomore at SHS...

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Expert Calls for Vigilance on IVF Problems

by AdoptionNews on
13 Jun 2008 07:15 AM
Category: Fertility News (http://www.abc.net.au)

As humans become more dependent on reproductive technologies, an Australian reproductive biologist say we must remain vigilant to avoid the spread of genetic or epigenetic defects....

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Pondy Baby Girl May Get Chennai Mom

A day after this website's News paper reported the child swapping story in which a girl child was deserted by her mother, good luck seemed to dawn on the baby. A childless couple from neighbouring...

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Virginia Supreme Court Rules in Child Visitation Case

In a case that could be on its way to the U.S. Supreme Court for a second time, the Virginia Supreme Court today unanimously upheld a decision that a woman living in Virginia with a child...

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Seeking Fertility Help

by AdoptionNews on
13 Jun 2008 07:27 AM
Category: Fertility News (http://www.wtvynews4.com)

It can be frustrating; you try to get pregnant, but just can't conceive. Dont worry, you're not alone. Statistics show more than seven million Americans have difficulty becoming pregnant....

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Adoption in the United States

by AdoptionNews on
13 Jun 2008 07:27 AM
Category: Domestic Adoption (http://www.reuters.com)

Black children in foster care in the United States are less likely to be adopted into a family than children from other races and laws designed to rectify the imbalance are failing, according...

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What Do You Mean -- Adopted?

by AdoptionNews on
13 Jun 2008 07:27 AM
Category: Adoptive Parenting (http://www.momlogic.com)

Last month, the 5-year-old daughter of Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman died in a tragic car accident. The reports of Maria Chapman's death saddened me, not only for the loss of this...

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Judge turns down adoption bid, says couple too educated

by MamaS on
30 Dec 2008 09:54 AM
Category: Adoptive Parenting (http://www.taipeitimes.com)

Both American parents have degrees from Harvard

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by darrc on
03 Sep 2009 02:12 PM
Category: Search & Reunion (http://www.northlandpress.com)

Cora Mitchell, age 66, always knew she was adopted. Never in her wildest dreams, though, did she expect to find her birth family.

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by AdminFA on
26 Sep 2012 01:15 PM
Category: all (http://www.abs-cbnnews.com)

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After 60 years, they share a first embrace

The 80-year-old man walks into the unfamiliar airport and hustles over to the escalator where arriving passengers are descending. Richard Cummins waits for his daughter, his excitement...

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Women Are Not 'Forced' Into Motherhood

"Who would ever finger Uncle Sam as the man responsible for thousands of unintended pregnancies on U.S. campuses?" says Mary Ann Sorrentino as she begins her September 19 "Your View."...

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Group Works to Boost Foster Care

by AdoptionNews on
21 Sep 2007 06:41 AM
Category: Foster Children (http://159.54.226.83)

Hundreds of children live in area foster homes, but most don't stay long. More than half of Marion County foster children are adopted within two years. Others have little hope of adoption. Many are 8 or older...

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