In memory of Ibidunni Ituah-Ighodalo (1980 – 2020)
By Guardian Exclusive
16 June 2020 | 8:46 pm
In the early hours of Sunday, 14 June 2020, Ibidunni Ituah-Ighodalo, the remarkable woman who impacted positively on so many lives and helped reduce the stigma around In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatments in Nigeria, passed away in Port Harcourt. She will be sorely missed.
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