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Proposed Naperville Clinic Sparks Controversy

The clinic would offer fertility treatments for women.



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    Some Naperville residents are against the plan for a fertility clinic to open in the downtown area.

    The Naperville City Council is considering the approval of the clinic, which would provide services like fertility medications, insemination, in vitro fertilization and unblocking of fallopian tubes, according to the Chicago Tribune.

    The Tribune reports 16 residents spoke out against the plan, arguing the clinic would be too close to churches and schools.

    The medical facility would be located at Washington Street and Benton Avenue.

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    City council plans to review the issue again on April 3rd, according to the Tribune.