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J. Benjamin Younger Office of Public Affairs
409 12th Street SW, Suite 602
Washington, DC 20024-2188
Tel: (202) 863-2494/Fax: (202) 484-4039 

ASRM Responds to Lindsey Graham's Proposed Abortion Ban

"Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-SC) proposed abortion ban is willfully deceptive and an irresponsible dissemination of misinformation. The bill is intrusive, not medically or scientifically sound, and codifies a severe violation of American civil rights. This dangerous bill is another example of politicians playing doctor. ASRM will continue to insist that any decisions about reproductive healthcare should be between a patient and their doctor.”

ASRM Applauds Kansas Election Results

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) today applauds the voters of Kansas and celebrates the resounding win for reproductive rights upon the rejection of a constitutional amendment which would have removed the right to reproductive freedom from the state’s constitution.

Addressing ASRM’s Participation in the NYSE Bell Ringing

On Wednesday, April 27th, ASRM Executive Director, Jared Robins, MD, was invited to ring the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange to honor National Infertility Awareness Week and to draw attention to the successes of RESOLVE’s “Coverage at Work” program, a program that we promote and support. This event was an opportunity to shed light on the need for America’s leading companies to offer infertility coverage as part of their general healthcare coverage.

ASRM Launches New Patient Advocacy Grant Program

As part of National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW), The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) announced today, a new $150,000 competitive grant program to be awarded to patient advocacy organizations to support advocacy efforts and educational programs for patients and communities impacted by reproductive issues.

Infertility coverage for military won’t break Pentagon bank

A pathbreaking new analysis from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Center for Policy and Leadership (ASRM CPL) and the Military Family Building Coalition (MFBC) shows that the Department of Defense could provide comprehensive infertility coverage to our nation’s active-duty military members and their families for a cost far lower than had been previously understood.

ASRM Takes Action at Home and Abroad

ASRM this week released two important documents we wanted members to be aware of:

First, we sent a letter to legislators in Missouri expressing our vehement opposition to MO HB 2810. While we are fighting restrictions on access to reproductive procedures all over the country, this one, which seeks to make medical treatment of ectopic pregnancy illegal, is so egregious we wanted to bring it to your attention. Click here to view the MO HB 2810 letter.

Second, we released a statement on events in Ukraine. ASRM is joining the chorus of voices from the medical and scientific communities in support of our members in Ukraine. Click here to view the Ukraine statement.

ASRM joined ACOG, AMA, and 22 other medical groups on brief opposing the Mississippi abortion restrictions

Washington, DC- Yesterday, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), joined by 24 medical organizations, submitted an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case challenging the Mississippi law imposing a ban on the provision of abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy for most individuals.

ASRM Working to Ensure Patients, Not Politicians, Are in Charge of Their Reproductive Health

On September 1, after a refusal by the United States Supreme Court to intervene, the Texas "Heartbeat Bill"—an effective statewide ban of abortion—went into effect. The law, which endangers the health and well-being of countless people by banning abortions at just six weeks and deputizing private citizens to enforce the ban, has been met with international outcry and faces ongoing Constitutional scrutiny.

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