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Ton Chou
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The other Reproductive Rights discussion

So people have the right and expectation for others to pay to stop their reproductive system from working correctly via birth control and abortion but the millions who suffer with fertility issues can't get anything? That right there is proof that its not about women's rights or the right to do with your body as you please.
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STEVED00
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re: The other Reproductive Rights discussion
Interesting.


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SidewalkDawg
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re: The other Reproductive Rights discussion
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but the millions who suffer with fertility issues can't get anything?


Wait. Are you suggesting that modern day Medical Science's inability to fix infertility is proof that it's not about women's rights concerning birth control and abortion?

Edit: I don't understand the downvote, it's just a question I wanted clarification on, but whatever.
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NoHoTiger
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So people have the right and expectation for others to pay to stop their reproductive system from working correctly via birth control and abortion but the millions who suffer with fertility issues can't get anything?

There are insurance policies that cover infertility treatments. I would venture that companies who have chosen in the past not to include it, did a cost vs risk reward analysis and determined they didn't want to cover it.

I don't think the government should mandate any of it. It's up to employers/individuals/health insurance companies to determine coverage.


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TN Bhoy
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re: The other Reproductive Rights discussion
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Are you suggesting that modern day Medical Science's inability to fix infertility is proof that it's not about women's rights concerning birth control and abortion?



I think he's arguing that modern science can fix most infertility issues, but those procedures/things aren't covered under Obamacare.


For example, Creighton Method and NaPro are not covered.



SammyTiger
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re: The other Reproductive Rights discussion
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Wait. Are you suggesting that modern day Medical Science's inability to fix infertility is proof that it's not about women's rights concerning birth control and abortion?


Are you saying there is nothing modern science can do to help infertility?

Also this is a great devil's advocate question.
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skidry
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re: The other Reproductive Rights discussion
Awesome.

It's about population control and social engineering.

Elitists (on both sides) absolutely hate brown people. Even better than keeping them locked up is keeping them unborn.
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SidewalkDawg
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re: The other Reproductive Rights discussion
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I think he's arguing that modern science can fix most infertility issues, but those procedures/things aren't covered under Obamacare. For example, Creighton Method and NaPro are not covered.


Yes, I see that now. It just read wrong to me initially.


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