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  • Limitations on Insurance Coverage for Fertility Treatment: Arguments for & Against Capping the Age & Restricting the Marital Status

    Jody had been put on this earth to be a mother. She was married at age twenty-four, had a career as a microbiologist, and was ready to have children at age twenty-six. But her dream started to shatter after having her first miscarriage. She did not give up hope, and by age twenty-eight, she was ready again. However, she had another miscarriage. Still holding on to her dream, she tried again at age thirty, and had a third miscarriage. Jody was losing sight of her dream. She, like many women, was infertile.