Why does it not include the use of money for people trying to offset the cost of procedures not always covered by insurance like invetro?
Why does it seem the phrase "Family Planning" is only used to cover family prevention?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:50 PM on Jan. 26, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
We pay health insurance through our employers, but to have in vitro will cost us dearly.
Why is there no assistance in the "family planning" funds of Government to help us? We would gladly pay into a government grant to help us, if available. Not asking for a free ride, just a govt loan to help offset costs of FAMILY PLANNING.
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:07 PM on Jan. 26, 2009
I seriously suggest googling "family planning". It is shocking to those of us who are trying to plan a family and are having difficulties. Shocking to see Family Planning equals Family Prevention. And facilities who offer payment plans raise their costs to offset the delay in payment. Where is the government to help? A government loan would be great in such a case. Not asking for a handout/
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