Fertility Preservation

Infertility is a disease of men and women’s reproductive organs that impairs one of the body’s most basic functions—the ability to have children. And although 6.1 million people (10 percent of the reproductive-age population) in the United States are infertile, unlike lung cancer or HIV/AIDS, people are rarely informed of the very direct links between their behavior, their choices, and their reproductive health.

Fertility Preservation

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National statistics from SART member clinics that reported their data through SART.