Yes! There is. I just had to go through IVF bc I was diagnosed with DLBCL for the 2nd time and my husband and i wanted to freeze some embryos. Its called Sharing Hope. Through LiveStrong.
You have to qualify (you and your spouse have to make less than $100,000, which we did cause I only worked half the year last year) etc but its soooooooo worth it. We saved well over $100,000. Only had to pay $5,700. Each shot I took was almost $100 and at one point I had to take 4 a day. So you can imagine how much this grant helped. Ask your ogbyn and see if they have other options.
I am glad your husband is in remission. I did over a year of chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic lymphoma, starting when I was 29 1/2 years old. About a year after chemo, I was 31.5 years old, I was tested and like we expected, my sperm count was almost non-existent (300,000 only, typical was about 150 million for my age). My wife and I figured we'd try to adopt, but met with a fertility doctor. They advised us to try in-vitro fert. with ICSI. We paid out of pocket, this was pre-baby building act in NJ. (2001) My wife got pregnant with twins, but lost the babies at 19 weeks. It was tough, we did another cycle at a different place, that was covered a large part by our insurance a year later, and my wife gave birth to twin boys in Feb. 2003. My employer switched to be self-insured a year later, and was exempt fromt the baby building laws in NJ and other states. Your state may have a similar law requiring your insurer to cover part or all of the in-vitro or insemination with meds. The reason I am replying is more to tell you that after two years post chemo my sperm count went up to 2 million. Then after four years it was up to 100 million. I am sure it depends on the types of chemo and amounts and areas of any radiation your husband received, but his count might possibly go back up. I wish your husband and you all the best.