Bringing Out Baby: Who Pays for IVF?

New York City councilwoman Melinda Katz began a career in public service when she was 28, but by the time she was 40 and wanted to have a baby, she learned she was infertile. Today, at 42, neither medical technology nor being single stands in the way of Katz having that baby — only her insurance company. Katz, who championed women's health issues while serving in the New York State Assembly, discovered she was not entitled to insurance coverage for in vitro fertilization (IVF) that might have...Full Story
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