Italy court overturns ban on egg or sperm donationApril 9, 2014
Dutch sperm donor prefers the “natural” methodApril 13, 2014
Not a headline I would ever expect to see in the US, but it is good news for Canadians residing in Ontario!
It’s for limited coverage, as reported by The Canadian Press. As stated:
They say they plan to help would-be parents pay for one cycle of in vitro fertilization for all forms of infertility starting early next year.
It does exclude the cost of medications, which can be in the thousands, but at least it’s something. There are some states in the US that mandate that insurance cover the cost of fertility, but those states are few and far between.