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Universal assisted reproductive technology coverage: a worthy cause that promotes safety

Universal assisted reproductive technology coverage: a worthy cause that promotes safety
I remember, when I was a young doctor completing my fellowship, my uncle always asking me if I had saved a life. My response was always the same: “If I have to save a life, as a reproductive endocrinologist, it really is a bad day.” It is too bad that lawmakers and insurance companies have that same attitude; practicing medicine that cures diseases and saves lives is worthwhile, but infertility, which is not about saving lives, is considered to be a “luxury” not worthy of universal coverage. The study by Seifer et al.
Source: fertstert.org

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