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Fitting infertility treatments into a work schedule

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Monday, August 18, 2008 | 0 comments

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Fitting infertility treatments into a work scheduleFor many women, infertility issues are difficult enough without having to worry about how their treatment schedule will affect work life. In this article from The Wall Street Journal, reporter Sue Shellenbarger talks to several women about how they handled the frequent absences and other workplace challenges caused by their fertility treatments. Shellenbarger also discusses recent changes in the law that offer women legal protection when it comes to taking time off work for fertility-related medical visits.


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