For the past seven years, Erick and Whitney Anderson have tried and tried and tried to have children — spending more than $40,000 in pursuit of a family … and they’re still spending.
Whitney Anderson is sharing her story because infertility affects many more couples than you might imagine. “What I want people to know is, they don’t have to go through this alone. There are resources out there. They don’t have to be ashamed.”
In today’s story by Dan Casey, learn more about the Roanoke infertility support group they formed and the couple’s upcoming trip to Washington, D.C., to lobby for federal legislation that would provide a tax credit to help cover the costs of expensive infertility treatments.
Their story has been among our most-read on the website all morning, and folks are sharing their support (and their own infertility struggles) on our Facebook page.
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