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A 2009 report on the increasing number of western Europeans who travel to the more liberal Czech Republic for in vitro fertilization.

German couple Bettina and Peter have been trying to conceive a child for five years, and now they hope the solution lies here in the Czech Republic, where laws on medically-assisted reproduction are more liberal than in their home land.Our dream of having a child can come true in the Czech Republic through egg donations, but it’s banned in Germany.Not just Germany, but Austria, Italy and Poland too – European nations with a strong Catholic tradition.Historically, religion plays a less important role in the Czech Republic than in neighboring countries. It’s a far less religious country ...
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