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Company Hopes to Bridge Gap Between Natural Intercourse and Costly In Vitro Fertilization
Steve Bollinger wants to take fertility treatments out of the doctor's office and into the home.
"Fertility is pretty much a private sport," he said.
It's also become a "rich person's sport," he said, with in-vitro fertilization treatments adding up to tens of thousands of dollars.
The chief executive and founder of Intimate Bridge 2 Conception is months from taking to market the Focus Touch, an $80 over-the-counter device that wants to bridge the gap between natural intercourse and in-vitro fertilization. The Focus Touch was built over the past year to allow do-it-yourself intracervical insemination, a process that places semen right near the cervix to increase the chance of a pregnancy.