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Non-Profit Organization Created to Help Couples, the Military and Cancer Patients Preserve Their Fertility and Build Their Families
* Couples who cannot afford fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), donor egg IVF and embryo adoption.
* Military personnel at North Carolina posts and bases who are being deployed and want to preserve their fertility by cryopreserving their semen or embryos.
* Cancer patients who want to preserve their fertility before they begin treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation and/or surgery which could leave them sterile.
“This foundation is a dream realized for us at NCCRM,” says Sameh K. Toma MD, Medical Director at the North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine. “The majority of couples with fertility issues can get pregnant if they seek treatment. However, finances stop many people from pursuing their options because many health insurance companies in North Carolina don’t cover fertility treatments.”
Media Contact: Sharon Delaney McCloud – 919-810-5085; firstname.lastname@example.org
The Moscatos and physicians at NCCRM are available for interviews.Visit http://www.payitforwardfertility.org/ for more information.
About the North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine (NCCRM):
Located in Cary and Greensboro, NC, the North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine (NCCRM), The Talbert Fertility Institute, was founded in 1992 to provide advanced reproductive services to couples in a state of the art facility with board certified physicians. NCCRM is one of the most established, full service clinics in the Southeast and has one of the highest pregnancy rates in the country. http://www.nccrm.com/
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