Giving hope to those struggling with infertility
Infertility affects approximately 6.1 million women and their partners in the U.S. – about 10 percent of the women of reproductive age. In recent years, there has also been an increase in the number of young women seeking to preserve their eggs before seeking treatment for cancer or other diseases that may have an impact on their fertility.
Unfortunately, some patients cannot seek treatment because of insurance coverage restrictions, income or other barriers to care. With this in mind, Women & Infants’ Fertility Center has created a special, donor-supported fund for women who would not be able to afford these services. A first-of-its-kind in the country, the Compassionate Gift Program allows donors to support the greatest gift of all – a chance to have a child.
I cannot begin to tell you what a wonderful and fulfilling experience it is to be a financial donor to Women & Infants’ Fertility Center. I just pray that whatever family I have helped has benefited as much as I have.
Women & Infants’ Fertility Center – Committed to Helping All Women
At Women & Infants’ Fertility Center, we provide advanced, specialized care with a contemporary approach to women’s healthcare. We offer a full range of testing and treatment services for:
- Hormone problems.
- Fallopian tube damage.
- Menstrual pain and irregularity.
Our goal is to begin treatment quickly and achieve success with plans designed personally for each patient, as an individual.
I couldn’t believe he was mine. I just kept calling him my little miracle. Without this gift program, he would not be here. I want to let the donors know what amazing people they are.
We work with other specialists, including Women & Infants’ Program in Women’s Oncology and Breast Health Center, to help women who may still wish to have children explore their options before, during or after cancer treatment. Our staff is affiliated with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Tufts Medical Center.