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In Observance of Veterans Day Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey Extends "Helping Heroes Build Families" Program
Date:11/12/2012

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ), one of the nation's leading fertility clinics, today announced that in recognition of Veterans Day it has extended its Helping Heroes Build Families program into 2013.  The program is designed to help New Jersey-based active duty United States Military Services personnel and their spouses realize the dream of parenthood. 

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Patients enrolled in Helping Heroes Build Families will receive one cycle of free in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment at any of RMANJ's six New Jersey locations.  Since its introduction in June 2012, RMANJ has provided more than $150,000 worth of free services to New Jersey-based active duty military personnel.  

The driving forces behind Helping Heroes Build Families are RMANJ's Dr. Richard Scott and Dr. Thomas Kim, two former military physicians who witnessed firsthand the sacrifices that service members make every day.  Now, they're hoping to give back by alleviating some of the financial barriers and accessibility challenges that military personnel face when they need fertility treatment.  For example, the U.S. military provides fertility treatment, but services are available at only four locations around the country.  Personnel stationed in New Jersey may need to travel out-of-state to receive treatment covered by the military's Tricare health insurance system, or pay out-of-pocket for services provided by private clinics.

"The Senate is considering a bill, introduced by Senator Murray of Washington, which would expand medical benefits for service members who have suffered injurie
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