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Special Discounts On Fertility Treatment For Active Duty and Retired Military
Date:2/9/2009

Genetics & IVF Institute's New SALUTE(TM) Program Honors Military

FAIRFAX, Va., Feb. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Genetics & IVF Institute (GIVF) announced today that it is offering special discounts on in vitro fertilization (IVF) for active duty military personnel and for former members of the military who retired after at least twenty years of service. GIVF's new SALUTE(TM) program provides a 25% per cycle discount on single cycles of in vitro fertilization (IVF) and 5% off the base fee for any of GIVF's multicycle or Pregnancy Guarantee(TM) IVF contracts. Thanks to the new program, qualified current or retired military personnel could save thousands of dollars.

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"GIVF recognizes the significant sacrifices member of our military make to serve the nation," says GIVF president David Wise. "We also know that sometimes, due to their commitment to service, members of the military delay starting a family until they are older, when they may have difficulty conceiving without expert medical assistance. Our SALUTE(TM) program is GIVF's way of helping active duty and retired military personnel to have the families they want and richly deserve," Mr. Wise added.

Founded in 1984, Genetics & IVF Institute is the world's largest, fully-integrated provider of infertility treatment and genetics diagnostic services. GIVF is responsible for more than 18,000 pregnancies worldwide.

Based in Fairfax, VA, GIVF has additional fertility treatment facilities in Ashburn, VA and Bethesda, MD. Patients who live outside the greater Washington area may be treated through special GIVF programs for out-of-town patients, including donor egg IVF patients.

Potential patients can find out more about GIVF and the SALUTE(TM) program by calling 703-698-7355 or 1-800-552-4363 or by visiting www.givf.com.


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