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New DNA Test Is Basis for Groundbreaking IVF Refund Plan, Easing Financial Burden for Patients
Date:3/5/2009

yos, the Risk-Sharing Plan provides for the transfer of the remainder--at no additional cost for SIRM's services--until she has a baby or until all the embryos are used.

"The biological clock doesn't respect the economic strains that we're all feeling. That makes access to cutting-edge technologies that improve the baby-making odds more critical than ever," said Pamela Madsen, SIRM's Director of Patient Education and www.fertilityadvocate.com blogger. "The CHG-Risk Sharing Plan is a giant step toward making IVF more efficient and cost effective."

While any healthy woman can participate, the SIRM, CGH-Risk Sharing Plan is best suited to younger women (under the age of 39), because they have the best chance of producing CGH-normal embryos.

"We're not encouraging people just to help them fail. Any healthy, fully-informed woman with a normal uterus who needs IVF can access our CGH-Risk Sharing Plan," said Dr. Sher. "Our money-back guarantee is also available to those using egg donors and gestational carriers."

If the patient does not have a baby after all her CGH-normal embryos (from the same IVF egg retrieval) are used up, she will be eligible for a full refund of SIRM's medical services, as well as for a second try should she so choose. Moreover, if following stimulation with fertility drugs the participant does not produce at least 5 ovarian follicles, she can elect to opt out of the plan and convert to fee-for-service IVF.

About the Sher Institutes for Reproductive Medicine

SIRM is one of the largest networks of infertility medical practices in the country. Founded in 1998 by Drs. Geoffrey Sher and Ghanima Maassarani, the Sher Institute family of practices has since grown to include 13 offices across the United States. Dr. Sher founded the first private In Vitro Fertilization (
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