In the late 60s, home pregnancy tests were an unthinkable fiction, and women had to see doctors every time they suspected they might be pregnant. Previously-featured modern worthy Meg Crane changed that by pushing to make home pregnancy tests a reality — and got cheated out of getting paid for it.
Now her story is being told. This is worth seven minutes of your time.
(I’m so very proud of my friends Celeste and Amanda, who recently met Meg and have been trumpeting her story as loudly as they can. This interview is part of those efforts. Y’all are heroes.)(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLvbXrJolec)