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    means that someone who wants a child finds it difficult to conceive. Do you feel that insurance plans should be required to provide coverage for infertility services

    The reproductive functions in both males and females are complex and intricate. Many times this
    means that someone who wants a child finds it difficult to conceive. Do you feel that insurance plans
    should be required to provide coverage for infertility services? Make sure to completely explain why
    or why not?

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    A full explanation would be an essay or term paper.  This place doesn't generally go in for that kind of answer.  Stuff like this usually generates opinion, with brief explanation.  
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    Fertility treatments are elective; I don't see coverage being mandated, but it will certainly happen at some point.   

    Having worked in this field your question is very simplistic.  There are so many factors  (physical,  emotional, and ethical) that need to be considered in answering this question fully.  There is no way I can answer your question in such a short space.  



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