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Preserving fertility when it is threatened by life-saving medicine

More states asking insurers for coverage when medical treatments may cause infertility

Angela Thomas thought her breast cancer diagnosis and the double mastectomy that followed were the most traumatic things she would ever experience. Then, when the 32-year-old actress sought fertility treatment so she could have a baby after the cancer care was finished, her insurance company refused to pay. “Trying to figure out … how I am going ...

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