By Ann Tatko-Peterson
Tuesday, September 16th, 2008 at 10:28 am in Dads.
As someone who personally spent too long on the infertility treatment treadmill, without any success, I love to read about folks who truly beat the odds. Brad Hildebrandt of Oakland, N.J., is one of those miracle stories. The 44-year-old husband and father has cystic fibrosis, defying the odds by living longer than most CF patients but also by fathering two children. His twins were born via a very difficult, not often successful fertility procedure. If you love a good heartwarming story — or just need to believe that something good can happen at a time when our economy is bottoming out — read Brad’s story.