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The Price of Infertility

The Price of Infertility

September 7, 2016

(New York Magazine) – Even more difficult to talk about than the emotional pain of waiting, I’ve found, is the financial cost. No one wants to put a price on the ability to conceive, or think about how relative wealth or the details in our insurance plans can be the difference between having a child or not.

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