Giving Life an Assist

Start your week off right with this pair of great stories from Iowa Alumni Magazine!

In the first, from our April 2012 issue, we profile David Geslak, 03BS, who founded a gym for children with special needs.

“I treat people for their capabilities, not their disabilities,” he says. “Every child, special needs or not, is different.”

 > Iowa Alumni Magazine: Specializing in Special Needs

In the second, from our April 2009 issue, we check out the little miracles happening at the UI’s Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Clinic and how they deal with the issue of multiple embryos.

“Our goal is always one healthy baby, one at a time,” says UI reproductive endocrinologist Brad Van Voorhis, 84MD, director of the center.

> Iowa Alumni Magazine: Life Science

The articles are open to everyone at the links above for a limited time. Access to the entire magazine remains an exclusive UIAA member benefit—so please consider joining today!

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