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CBS Evening News: SGF Couple Fights to Expand Law that Covers IVF Treatment for Veterans

Patients Fight to Raise Awareness on the Ban of IVF Treatment for Veterans Newlyweds Kevin Jaye and Lauren Belliotti, married despite egregious odds. Kevin, who was disabled after a roadside bomb in Afghanistan exploded, lost his right leg and left testicle. Their best chance at having a biological family was through

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Ferring Names Two Shady Grove Fertility Patients as Finalists in Heart to Heart Video Contest

Vote for SGF Finalists in Ferring’s Heart to Heart Video Contest February 1–15, 2016 Ferring Pharmaceuticals has announced their finalists for their annual Heart to Heart contest and two of Shady Grove Fertility’s patients are finalists (The Behlendorf Family and The Murphy/Glickman Family)! One of the finalists is a patient

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Apply for a Family Building Grant and (Exclusive to Shady Grove Fertility Patients) Savannah Grant from the Cade Foundation

The Cade Foundation Family Building Grant The Cade Foundation Family Building Grant is awarded to couples who have been struggling with infertility. Each year, grants of up to $10,000 are given to couples who are looking to overcome their infertility using fertility treatment or pursuing domestic adoption. Savannah Grant –

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PBS Newshour: Infertility Treatment Coverage for Wounded Veterans Seeking to Build a Family

After serving our country in war, adjusting to home can be extremely challenging, especially for our wounded veterans who have endured wounds that leave them infertile with no infertility treatment coverage. Damaged spines and injuries to reproductive organs add to an array of seemingly insurmountable battles both psychologically and physically.

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New IVF Treatment Discount for Wounded Veterans

Shady Grove Fertility heeds the call from America’s wounded veterans who have been without covered benefits for fertility treatment Since the early 1990s, wounded veterans have not been eligible for fertility benefits, including in vitro fertilization (IVF). While Shady Grove Fertility has always provided special programs for veterans, a new

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Is Insurance Coverage for IVF Connected to Fewer Multiple Births?

New research indicates that state-mandated insurance for in vitro fertilization (IVF) reduces the rate of multiple births in women younger than 35 who receive day 5 embryo transfers. A retrospective study presented at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s (ASRM) 71st Annual Meeting examined 173,968 first-time in vitro fertilization (IVF)

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