Seton Hall Law Review 

Having a child is a major life event around which most Americans build their lives. For millions of couples in the United States, finding out that they are unable to conceive is a crushing emotional blow. Increasingly, infertile couples are placing their hopes of having a child in infertility treatments, most commonly through in-vitro fertilization (IVF). Women who choose to undergo IVF, however, face two risks in the employment setting.

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