New IVF policy have Israeli women worried about being left behind
Restrictions on subsidized fertility treatments came as a shock to women who expected unlimited state help to the age of 45.
Gila (not her real name) is 43, with a 3-year-old daughter. A single mother, she is desperately trying to have a second child the way she had her first, with state-subsidized in vitro fertilization. It took her 10 years of fertility treatments, from the age of 29, to have a successful pregnancy ending in the birth of her daughter.
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