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Life on hold: How the pandemic has stalled fertility treatments
Those undergoing in vitro fertilization, egg freezing and other fertility treatments have found their family planning stalled indefinitely due to the coronavirus. "We kind of had this hope that we were going to start a family and be able to move along in the process. And that was just all destroyed by this pandemic," said Hannah Crabtree, who had to cancel her treatment.
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