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September 2011

75% of Ontarians support OHIP funding of IVF similar to Quebec – New Survey

Support high among all Ontarians regardless of who they plan to vote for in this election TORONTO, Sept. 29, 2011 /CNW/ – A new survey shows a strong majority of Ontarians, regardless of their voting intention, support OHIP coverage of in-vitro fertilization (IVF).  Despite this Conceivable Dreams continues to look to all Ontario political parties to commit to this should they form the next government. “We’re disappointed that no party has acknowledged …Read More

Conceivable Dreams

Dear Ontario Party Leaders, Infertility affects one in six Ontario couples of all socioeconomic backgrounds and is caused by a wide range of medical factors. In the past few weeks, while some parents have returned to the familiar routines of making school lunches, bus drop-off and homework review, many of their friends, family members and neighbours are struggling.  For those dealing with infertility, this time of year is a painful reminder that yet another …Read More

73% of Ontarians believe province should fund in-vitro fertilization

Support is highest among women and those with children To view the Enriched Media Release, click here: http://smr.newswire.ca/en/conceivable-dreams/73-of-ontarians-believe-province-should-fund-in-vitro TORONTO, Sept. 13, 2011 /CNW/ – New survey results released today show that more than 70 per cent of Ontarians believe the province should adopt a similar policy as Québec for funding in-vitro fertilization (IVF). “These results show that a majority of Ontarians get the argument behind public funding of IVF,” said Joanne Horibe of …Read More

73 % des Ontariens sont d’avis que la province devrait financer la fécondation in vitro

Les femmes et les parents sont les plus favorables à cette mesure Pour consulter le communiqué enrichi, cliquez sur ce lien : http://smr.newswire.ca/fr/conceivable-dreams/73-of-ontarians-believe-province-should-fund-in-vitro TORONTO, le 13 sept. 2011 /CNW/ – Selon les résultats d’une étude publiée aujourd’hui, plus de 70 % des Ontariens sont d’avis que la province devrait adopter une politique semblable à celle du Québec en matière de financement de la fécondation in vitro. « Ces résultats indiquent que la majorité des …Read More

Conceivable Dreams Calls on Political Parties to Support OHIP Coverage of IVF

$400 – $550 million in savings to the healthcare system could be reinvested in other services TORONTO, Sept. 8, 2011 /CNW/ – Conceivable Dreams today challenged all three Ontario political parties to demonstrate a true commitment to families, leadership in healthcare and fiscal prudence by supporting OHIP coverage of in-vitro fertilization (IVF), a policy they say has proven it works in Québec. “Support for working families, healthcare and the economy are emerging as …Read More