IVF procedures in Lithuania come to halt after new law takes effect - official

Healthcare providers in Lithuania stopped offering assisted reproduction treatment to new patients after a new law took effect in January as they have to renew their licenses, the director of the State Health Care Accreditation Agency said on Thursday.
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