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Congress Considers Fertility Treatment Coverage

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Friday, July 10, 2009 | 0 comments

Congress Considers Fertility Treatment CoverageFor couples struggling with infertility, starting a family can be difficult enough, and having to pay thousands of dollars to have a baby can only add to the problem. That is why advocates are hoping lawmakers can make it affordable to everyone.

The Family Building Act would cover other types of advanced infertility treatments. In addition to IVF, which has a 30-35 percent success rate, identical bills are being considered now in both House and Senate committees.

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