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Baby or Your Money Back: The Fertility Gamble

May 18, 2017
Katie Visco

If you are having difficulty getting or staying pregnant, your doctor may recommend a variety of fertility treatments, but at what cost?

Some clinics across the country are now offering package deals that guarantee you will conceive, or you will receive a full refund. The goal of these programs is to spread the cost and risk for the clinic across multiple patients while allowing patients to have multiple treatments, if necessary, at a lower cost with a guarantee of return if treatment is unsuccessful. The New York Times profiled several couples on their fertility journey, and their experience with the baby or your money back guarantee. Read more about their experience, and learn from the experts here.

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