RESOLVE in the News

A 32-year-old social worker took a second full-time job working nights to get IVF coverage

Published by Fortune – Read the Full Story After spending more than two years and thousands of dollars on two rounds of IVF, a Minnesota-based aspiring mother ran out of…

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Companies have started adding infertility treatment to benefits

Published by 93XRT – Read the Full Story Finding an employer that would help cover the cost of fertility treatments was not an easy task a decade ago. Today, more…

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I was the first IVF baby born in America, and here’s why it must be affordable

Published by Tampa Bay Times – Read the full editorial Forty years ago, I was born the first in-vitro baby in the United States, thanks to the foresight of Drs.…

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Starting the Conversation About Fertility Benefits

Published by Benefits Magazine – Read Full Article More organizations are offering fertility benefits than ever before as employers seek ways to help workers build their families and provide a…

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The latest employee benefit? Helping workers have babies.

By cbsnews.com – Read Full Article Excerpt: More companies are offering to cover the costs of fertility treatments and other family-building services for workers, as they look for ways to…

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Wisconsin Bill Would Require Coverage For Fertility Treatments

By insurancenewnet.com – Read Full Article Excerpt: After paying for artificial insemination, menstrual cycle charting, adoption of frozen embryos and related drugs and surgeries, Rachel and Chad Scott have spent…

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2021 RESOLVE Press Mentions

Here is a list of RESOLVE’s press mentions in 2021. Read and catch up on what is happening in the family building community 13News Now Vault: America’s first ‘test-tube baby’…

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The 2021 Survey On Fertility Benefits Encourages Companies To Offer Family-Building Coverage

By Forbes.com – Read Full Article Excerpt: The 2021 Survey on Fertility Benefits, commissioned by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association earlier in 2021, reveals how employers evaluate adding or improving family-building…

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Freezing Your Eggs Can Cost up to $15,000. Here Are Strategies to Help Pay for It

By money.com – Read Full Article Excerpt: Freezing her eggs was the most empowering thing Jamie Rugg says she did in 2020. It was one of the most expensive ones,…

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