The wait to see the doctor at Japan’s popular fertility clinic Saint Mother Hospital just got longer.
Starting Friday, public health insurance will reimburse 70% of the costs of advanced fertility treatments as part of the government’s attempt to halt a decline in one of the world’s fastest-graying populations.
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