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Couples Are Traveling to Europe to Get Pregnant in a Wave of IVF Tourism

April 5, 2016

(New York Magazine) – About one in ten couples have trouble conceiving, according to most estimates, and now, thousands of them are leaving the United States to get pregnant on trips known as “IVF holidays.” The Czech Republic is an especially popular destination, and the main reason people go is money: It is way, way cheaper to do in vitro fertilization outside the U.S.

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