The State Duma Proposed To Consider The Possibility Of Providing A Free IVF Attempt In Russia

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The State Duma Proposed To Consider The Possibility Of Providing A Free IVF Attempt In Russia
The State Duma Proposed To Consider The Possibility Of Providing A Free IVF Attempt In Russia

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Elena Vtorygina (United Russia), Deputy Chair of the State Duma Committee on Family, Women and Children, suggested considering the possibility of providing a free attempt of in vitro fertilization (IVF) to married couples in Russia. She reported this to the Moscow City News Agency.

“In our country, some people are ambivalent about IVF. But I admit, because the birth of a child is sacred to me. And no matter how it happens, there is a child. Many women today, unfortunately, cannot get pregnant, so if there is such a possibility of motherhood, why not? It is possible even at the level of Russia to consider such a positive initiative (providing a free IVF attempt - approx. By the Agency "Moscow") ", - said Vtorigina.

According to her, for the implementation of this initiative it is necessary to find out how many women need such a service.

“This needs to be done through legislation. You can go to the president with such an initiative. Of course, I think that the deputies can also come out. But you need to calculate everything. For example, you need to know the exact number of women. And also how much money will be needed from the budget. This is a lot of work that needs to be done,”said the parliamentarian. She added that it is necessary to follow the experience of Belarus in providing free IVF attempts for married couples.

As previously reported by the media, President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree "On social support for certain categories of citizens", one of the points of which was the possibility of providing one free attempt of in vitro fertilization to married couples in which the woman's age does not exceed 40 years, if there is a medical indication.

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