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With the government having pledged to boost support for couples undergoing fertility treatment, deputy health minister Junko Mihara believes her participation in policymaking can help amplify the voices of women on addressing the nation’s infertility problems.

The 56-year-old lawmaker doesn’t want the current public aid program or social stigma to dash the hopes of younger women who face challenges similar to those she has encountered herself.

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