Many couples struggling with infertility face difficult choices when it comes to covering the costs associated with fertility treatments. Infertility treatments like IVF are covered by only about 10% of insurance companies, but new options like the infertility scholarships offered by The InterNational Council for Infertility Information Dissemination (INCIID -- pronounced “inside”) give many couples what they need to make their dream family a reality.
INCIID has arranged for a number of respected IVF clinics in the U.S. to donate their expertise and state-of-the-art facilities so that patients who do not have the financial resources may have the opportunity to build a family. The program will cover most of the basic IVF expenses.
Candidates must contact INCIID to start the process of determining eligibility for the scholarships. "Our goal," says Nancy Hemenway, INCIID Founder and Executive Director, "is to give those without insurance coverage an opportunity to fulfill their dream of becoming parents."
Visit http://www.inciid.org/index.php?page=programs to learn more.