Polish bishops say they are “deeply disappointed” that a bill allowing state funding for in vitro fertilisation has been signed into law by outgoing president Bronisław Komorowski, despite a seven-year Church campaign to block it.
Archbishop Henryk Hoser of Warsaw-Praga said the law “opens all doors to every possible abuse of human life. It’s a bad law, which will have very negative social and biological effects and repercussions for the future health of Poles.”
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