Infertility Advocacy Day 2018

infertility advocacy day 2018

Join Fertility Answers in supporting Infertility Advocacy Day 2018

Have your voice heard at RESOLVE Infertility Advocacy Day May 23rd.

Doctors, patients and advocates will be on Capitol Hill on May 23rd for Infertility Advocacy Day 2018 to speak to members of Congress about important issues in reproductive care. Advocacy Day is a RESOLVE event where the infertility community comes together in Washington, D.C. to talk to members of Congress about important issues, like increased access to family building options and financial relief. RESOLVE holds this annual event so you have a chance to make your voice heard. Our Louisiana fertility clinic and physicians support the issues that RESOLVE, the National Infertility Association, will bring to our legislature this year. Learn about the issues RESOLVE will take to Congress this year.

Even if you can’t attend RESOLVE Advocacy Day 2018, you can still make your voice heard on Capitol Hill. Let your Congressmen know that you support the issues.

Email your Louisiana members of Congress and let them know that you support RESOLVE and the issues that they are presenting on May 23rd. Let them know that infertility is a public health issue that needs their attention, and that supporting infertility causes is PRO-family. Click here for a list of Louisiana Senators and Representatives.

Fertility Answers is committed to exceptional patient care and infertility awareness

The team at our Louisiana fertility center believes that our duty to hopeful parents extends beyond providing world-class care. We are committed to providing exceptional fertility care that is as accessible as possible to every person suffering from infertility. It can be difficult for many hopeful parents to afford the fertility testing and treatment they need to become parents. We fully support the work that RESOLVE does to lobby our elected representatives at the local, state and national levels for increased infertility awareness and insurance coverage.