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The 25th National Infertility Awareness Week: What’s Changed, What Hasn’t

RESOLVE's 25th National Infertility Awareness WeekAPRIL 21, 2014 – April 20-26 is National Infertility Awareness Week. On the occasion of the 25th NIAW, founded by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association in 1989, RESOLVE president and CEO Barbara Collura summed up what has changed, and what hasn’t, in the past 25 years, including:
  • The Internet is now the first place women turn for information and support
  • Egg donation is now a viable option for families, and will likely become even more popular now that egg freezing technology has advanced
  • Awareness of infertility has increased, and there is greater acceptance of adoption and third-party reproduction, but
  • There haven’t been many advances in the legislative realm, because the legislative process is slow, and fertility treatments are still largely not covered by insurance, so they remain out of reach for many.
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