New bill gives veterans access to in vitro fertilization

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A bill introduced last week into Congress by Sen. Patty Murray would give veterans and their spouses access to in vitro fertilization services through the Department of Veterans Affairs for the first time

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Personalized IVF Prediction Helps Couples Navigate Fertility Treatment

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If you and your spouse are trying to conceive but have been unsuccessful, you may be considering fertility treatment. But it can be hard to decide whether to undergo expensive yet potentially high-yield procedures, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF).

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IVF timing warning | Moms over 40

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For Australian women aged 45 and over using their own eggs, one live delivery resulted from every 800 initiated cycles of IVF in 2009, compared with one live delivery from every four initiated cycles in women aged 25-34.

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All you need to know about IVF

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Dr Aanchal Agarwal, June 23, 2012 IVF has proved to be a blessing for the modern-day woman. Production of sperm or egg, the fallopian tubes or the uterus, endometriosis, frequent miscarriage, as well as hormonal and auto-immune (antibody) disorders, in … Continue reading →

In-vitro decisions may get easier with new procedure

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Aim is to reduce multiple births By Deborah Kotz, GLOBE STAFF: JUNE 05, 2012 Couples undergoing in vitro fertilization for infertility often face an excruciating choice: Should they have two or possibly three embryos implanted and run the risk of … Continue reading →