Italian law on assisted fertility under judicial review
Catholic World News - October 06, 2010
Italy’s law on assisted human reproduction faces a legal challenge in the country’s Constitutional Court.
The Italian law, passed in 2003 with strong support from Catholic activists, forbids the use of artificial techniques to assist pregnancies for single women, same-sex couples, or women beyond child-bearing age.
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