Alice Crisci gave birth to her son Dante years after paying out-of-pocket to preserve her fertility, which was jeopardized by her cancer treatment. Photo by Iris Schneider for CalMatters

My Patient Rights | Stay Informed | California at odds over whether to make insurers cover infertility treatments | Alice Crisci gave birth to her son Dante years after paying out-of-pocket to preserve her fertility, which was jeopardized by her cancer treatment. Photo by Iris Schneider for CalMatters

Alice Crisci gave birth to her son Dante years after paying out-of-pocket to preserve her fertility, which was jeopardized by her cancer treatment. Photo by Iris Schneider for CalMatters

Alice Crisci gave birth to her son Dante years after paying out-of-pocket to preserve her fertility, which was jeopardized by her cancer treatment. Photo by Iris Schneider for CalMatters

Alice Crisci gave birth to her son Dante years after paying out-of-pocket to preserve her fertility, which was jeopardized by her cancer treatment. Photo by Iris Schneider for CalMatters

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