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Meet Dr. Heather Florescue, an OBGYN out of Rochester, NY. She's a mom of 3 (triplets!) and an advocate for better care for patients who experience baby loss.
Listen to this episode to hear all about how she found her niche in obstetrics, what it's like to tell a patient their baby died, and how she educates OBGYNs to provide better care for these patients.
Next week's episode will be a continuation of this conversation, where we talk about patient empowerment, care during a stillbirth or TFMR delivery, and pregnancy after loss.
You can find Dr. Florescue on Instagram!
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