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Easily access important documents and learn about our discounted financial programs. If you have questions about cryopreservation banks, click on the Cryopreservation Bank tab for insight about egg and sperm banks.
For general knowledge, click on the Education tab for links to American Society for Reproductive Medicine and Society for Assisted Reproductive.
Delaware Institute for Reproductive Medicine understands that emotional support is extremely important during your fertility journey. Click on the tab for Support to access counseling and support services.
ReUnite Assist provides up to 75% discount off specific fertility drugs for eligible patients. Patients will receive an email after completing their online application with instructions on their discount savings and additional program details.
Helping uninsured, income-eligible patients overcome financial barriers.
The Compassionate Care Program is designed to provide eligible patients savings on Gonal-f® (follitropin alfa for injection), Ovidrel® PreFilled Syringe (choriogonadotropin alfa injection), or Cetrotide® (cetrorelix acetate for injection).
Depending on income, eligible patients† may save 25%, 50%, or 75% off the self-pay price of medicine or receive a 10% discount per unit, via a mail-in rebate, off their out-of-pocket costs.
Hope does exist for patients whose primary barrier to infertility treatment is the cost. Below are a few are nonprofit organizations that provide financial assistance to select infertility patients.
A diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming, and if you are of reproductive age, future fertility may be a concern. For patients pursuing fertility preservation services prior to cancer treatment, Ferring Pharmaceuticals and Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy have developed the Heart Beat program to help ease some of the financial burden.
In 2009, LIVESTRONG acquired Fertile Hope, a cancer and fertility advocacy organization the Foundation had collaborated with since 2001. Now called LIVESTRONG Fertility, the program is dedicated to helping men and women diagnosed during their reproductive years better understand cancer-related risks to their fertility and access discounted fertility preservation services and free medication. Additionally, LIVESTRONG Fertility provides access to medical professionals with educational resources to improve patient-provider communication, and tools to implement systematic change that can lead to better care.