French parliament approves IVF rights for single women and lesbians

The new legislation will provide access to various fertility procedures, notably in vitro fertilisation (IVF) and artificial insemination, for all women under 43, with costs covered by the French health service.

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France has passed a law allowing single women and lesbian couples to get fertility treatment, currently reserved for heterosexual couples, reports BBC News.