The Legacy of National Infertility Awareness Week: A Physician’s Perspective

Today’s post offers a unique perspective on the meaning of National Infertility Awareness Week to one individual: one from that of a physician. Dr. Vito Cardone has been practicing reproductive medicine for over 20 years now as is Medical Director for Cardone Reproductive Medicine and Infertility in Stoneham, MA. This week is National Infertility Awareness […]

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Infertility 101: An Infertility Primer

In our first post for National Infertility Awareness Week 2012, Dr. Kerri Luzzo of Reproductive Science Center of New England shares her expertise with a general overview of infertility. Tune in each day this week for a new post from each of our Circle of Support sponsors. If you’re looking for more information about managing […]

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Real Stories of Hope from Parents After Infertility

We have a special post this week featuring real stories from couples who have gone on to parent after infertility. To hear more about these stories from these parents in person, join us for a FREE special discussion panel next week for National Infertility Awareness Week: Parenting After Infertility: Stories of Hope When: Thursday, April […]

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4 Steps to Understanding Tax Deductible Fertility Treatment Expenses

Disclaimer: The information provided by this blog is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for obtaining accounting, tax, or financial advice from a professional accountant. Ah… tax time. Some of us dread it, some of us fear it and most of us don’t completely understand it. But take heart things […]

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Poker Face: A Story of Coping With Infertility

This week, RESOLVE New England member and blogger, Her Royal Fabulousness, shares with us her infertility journey so far and how she manages to cope during the tough days while still being true to her journey. In my dreams, this turned out differently. When I wake, I still have a few moments of forgetting that […]

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What Should We Do With Our Embryos? One Couple’s Journey to an Answer

On Saturday, February 25, RESOLVE New England will host its first-ever Embryo Disposition Decision-Making Support Group at 1pm in our Waltham, MA office. If you have excess embryos and have completed your family-building journey, we invite you to come to a safe, open discussion group to ask your questions about what to do with your […]

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RESOLVE of the Bay State Opposes Bill Allowing the Overturn of Landmark Massachusetts Infertility Mandate

Massachusetts State Senator Scott Brown Takes Aim at Infertility by Sponsoring Anti-Family Legislation (Waltham, MA – January 11, 2010): RESOLVE of the Bay State, the leading infertility support, education and advocacy organization for Massachusetts residents, opposes legislation recently introduced by State Senator Scott Brown that would allow the Massachusetts Health Care Connector board to overturn […]

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RESOLVE of the Bay State Advocates for Reform of Massachusetts Infertility Mandate at State House Committee Hearing on May 6

New Bill Would Stop Insurers From Denying Coverage to Patients Who Miscarry (Waltham, MA – April 30, 2009): RESOLVE of the Bay State, the Massachusetts infertility support, education and advocacy organization that spearheaded the enactment of the nation’s first mandated infertility coverage for the Bay State in 1987, is working with Senator Thomas McGee to […]

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