Infertility: Why Don't More People Talk About It?

According to data collected from 2006 to 20010 for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Survey of Family Growth, approximately 12 of every 100 women -- 7.4 million women overall -- have received infertility services in their lifetimes. Dr. Christo Zouves, medical director of the Zouves Fertility Center in northern California, said 30 years ago when he first started doing in vitro fertilization, infertility was something that people didn't speak much about. Three decades later, Zouves says that things have changed mainly because of the media, the Internet and celebrity culture.

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