The lack of treatment for infertility at public hospitals makes it costly for many families and often bankrupts those who opt to seek private treatment, First Lady Monica Geingos has said. Geingos said this on Tuesday as she opened her keynote address at the 8th Merck Foundation Africa Asia Luminary virtual conference. Nampa reports that most health care systems, she said, do not treat infertility, which has made it difficult for low-income earners, specifically those in rural areas, to access information on the cause of infertility and treatment.