The Chick Mission Founders Both Beat Cancer and Made a Shocking Discovery; Why They’re Fighting for Fertility Preservation Rights

Published Mar 27, 2021

The Chick Mission Founders Both Beat Cancer and Made a Shocking Discovery; Why They’re Fighting for Fertility Preservation Rights

When both Amanda Rice and Tracy Weiss were diagnosed with cancer in their early 30's, they were shocked to find out that fertility preservation wasn't included in most insurance coverage. Now, these survivors aim to raise awareness and help other women facing this issue.

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