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In Primorye, 50 families were able to make free use of the in vitro fertilization procedure.

50 seaside families got the opportunity to become parents this year as part of a free in vitro fertilization (IVF) program. 20 cycles of IVF were paid for by the territorial fund of compulsory medical insurance of the Primorsky Territory, another 30 - by the federal budget as part of the provision of high-tech medical care to the population. This was reported by the press service of the Primorsky Territory administration with reference to the regional department of health.

“Currently, 17 out of 20 women who were sent to our center under the compulsory medical insurance policy have already undergone IVF. More than 40 percent of this group are now awaiting new additions to the family. This is a very good indicator - the pregnancy rate in our center, on average, is 43,3 percent. This indicator is at the level of the best world clinics, - said the head of the center for cellular and reproductive technologies of the regional clinical center for specialized types of medical care Elvira Shcherbavskaya.

In 2013, for the first time in the history of domestic health care, the in vitro fertilization procedure was included in the basic program of state guarantees for the provision of medical care. “If last year only women who had a tubal factor were granted such a right, then since 2014 married couples suffering from infertility associated with male, endocrine, tubal factors and endometriosis have received a chance for a full-fledged family,” the message says.

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