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Education and support available for National Infertility Awareness Week

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SEATTLE – Nearly 1-in-8 couples trying to have a baby struggle with infertility. The topic is being raised ahead of Nationally Infertility Awareness Week, which begins April 28 .

Univfy, a company specializing in fertility prediction and treatment for in vitro fertilization patients, is educating couples dealing with infertility on their options.

During Nationally Infertility Awareness Week , Univfy is donating 5 percent of the sales of their online prediction test to RESOLVE, a division of the National Infertility Association.

Mylene Yao, M.D., co-founder and CEO of Univfy, talked about the challenges facing couples and the support that’s available.

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