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Watch: In Argentina, a Boom in Fertility Tourism

(U.S. News & World Report) – With its affordable fertility treatments, high medical services and liberal laws, Argentina could become the next mecca of reproductive tourism. Keen to be a global leader in reproductive justice, in 2013 the pope’s homeland overwhelmingly passed a law subsidizing in vitro fertilization (IVF) for all, regardless of sexual orientation, marital status or economic background. The country now joins Spain, India and other top destinations for so-called “fertility tourists.”

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