Boat, bach … baby? Covid boom for fertility businesses

Boat, bach … baby? Covid boom for fertility businesses
Fertility Associates chief executive Alex Price says more couples are undergoing more rounds of fertility treatment.
Victoria Young
It’s well-documented that boat and bach sales are on the rise in these strange economic times, but there’s another possible covid trend – a boom in the business of making babies.Fertility Associates, a $60 million revenue company with 23 clinics, including one in Malaysia, said there’s already been a 10-15 percent bump in fertility treatments this year.Treatments range between $12,000 and $14,000 per cycle, according to the company’s chief executive Alex Price. Price said the fourth quarter of last calendar year wa...

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