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RI requires coverage for “fertility preservation” by private insurers

By Providence Journal  
   August 02, 2017

Rhode Island has enacted a new law that requires private insurers to cover “fertility preservation” for people who undergo medical treatments that may leave them sterile. The legislation - believed to be the first in the country - was designed to help cancer patients of childbearing age whose chemotherapy treatment usually renders them infertile.

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