Lauren Ataman-Millhouse

Below is an exiciting announcement from our partners at the Alliance for Fertility Preservation.

New York has become the latest state to endorse insurance coverage for IVF and fertility preservation. Current New York law requires coverage of infertility services, but specifically excludes coverage of IVF and fertility preservation for cancer patients.  Read the announcement below and learn about ways to get involved as well. 


On Thursday, January 11, 2018 at a press conference in New York, Governor Cuomo's 2018 Women and Girls priorities were announced. The agenda for this year includes support for achieving insurance coverage for IVF and for fertility preservation. The Alliance for Fertility Preservation (AFP) thanks the Governor for making this important coverage a priority issue for all New Yorkers!
 
Read the AFP's Jay Palumbo's first-hand account of the event on our blog: Blog - NYS Governor Announces Support for FP Coverage 

The AFP is grateful to all of its coalition partners and many board members, patient advocates, and experts who have participated in meetings to raise awareness about cancer patients' need for this coverage.

To lend your support to The Fair Access to Fertility Treatment Act (FAFTA):
If you are in New York, send an email supporting the bill.
To learn more or get involved with the coalition, click here.

Read the press releases on this event from some of our coalition partners: 
ASRM: ASRM press release 
RESOLVE: RESOLVE press release   

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