Natalist Founder Halle Tecco on Infertility

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The journey to motherhood isn’t always an easy one. Though it’s not often talked about, infertility affects more people than one might think. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 12 percent of women aged 15 to 44 have trouble getting pregnant or carrying the pregnancy to term. In recent years, more people have joined the conversation by opening up about their own experiences—but Halle Tecco, mom and co-founder and CEO of Natalist, is taking things a step further.

Tecco, also founder and former CEO of Rock Health, a digital health venture fund, is no stranger to the health industry and has been open about her long journey…

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