More Companies Are Helping With Fertility Care
But it is still out of reach for many
Jessica Tincopa may leave the photography business she spent 14 years building for one reason: to find coverage for fertility treatment.
After six miscarriages, Tincopa and her husband started saving for in vitro fertilization, which can cost well over $20,000. But the pandemic wiped out their savings, and they can't find coverage for IVF on their state’s health insurance marketplace. So, the California couple is s;aving again, and asking politicians to help expand access.
"No one should ever have to go through this," Tincopa said.
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