Infertility can be emotionally devastating. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has helped many couples conceive, but the process is lengthy, intense and expensive – upwards of $10,000 out-of-pocket. Even more distressful, IVF isn’t always successful the first time around.
The Partnership for Families Program at the Cleveland Clinic Fertility Center at Beachwood provides funding for a second cycle of IVF to couples who otherwise could not afford another try. The program was founded by 23 couples whose lives have been affected by infertility.
Each recipient of a Partnership for Families Award receives $8,000 worth of IVF medical services. In addition, Serono Pharmaceutical’s Helping Hands Fund provides $2,000 worth of medications to each recipient.
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