Who Should Pay for Assisted Reproductive Techniques? Answers From Patients, Professionals and the General Public in Germany
Human reproduction (Oxford, England) 2010 May; 25(5): 1225-33
Financing ART is variously regulated in the different countries of Europe. In Germany, coverage of assisted reproduction by statutory health insurances was restricted to 50% in 2004. We conducted a national survey among patients, professionals (physicians and other academics in IVF centres, psychosocial counsellors, medical ethicists, social lawyers, health politicians) and the general public in Germany regarding their opinions on financing ART.
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