Learn how the efforts of infertility advocates and volunteers impact legislation, how to get involved in fertility advocacy, and more about Advocacy Day 2021.
Lisa Rosenthal, Patient Advocate at RMA of Connecticut, shares her experience and wins from RESOLVE's "virtual" Advocacy Day in May 2020. What is fertility advocacy? Who is it for? And how does it affect you? Read on to find out!
RESOLVE's Advocacy Day 2020 will be virtual this year. We hope this will bring out even more advocates to fight for reproductive rights. We answer the basic questions first; what Advocacy Day is, who can participate, and what the schedule looks like.
Every spring, infertility advocates from all over the country gather in Washington, DC. to speak to legislators about the reproductive disease 1 in 8 couples are faced with, known as infertility.
February 27, 2019 was a historic day in Albany, the New York state capital, with 100 plus advocates coming together for a common cause- the right to have the most appropriate medical treatment, when needed, in vitro fertilization (IVF) for the 1 in 8 couples who struggle with infertility.
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In honor of Veterans Day, Tyler and Crystal Wilson, who have worked tirelessly for necessary medical coverage for “wounded warriors”, share their personal fertility story and how they’ve advocated, and continue to advocate, for fertility coverage for vets.