Jane Fisher has worked for Antenatal Results and Choices (ARC) since 2001. ARC offers impartial information and support through antenatal screening and its consequences, including bereavement.
In her twenty years with ARC Jane has supported thousands of women and couples through the painful experience of ending a pregnancy after a prenatal diagnosis, now often referred to as termination for medical reasons or TFMR.
You can find ARC on Instagram or via their website.
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