Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite on Monday vetoed a new Law on Assisted Reproduction, explaining that the regulation, which limits the number of embryos and bans freezing them, does not line up with modern treatment methods.
"This law does not meet the standards of advanced and ethical medicine," the president's press office stated in a press release.
According to the release, the president has proposed to not limit the number of embryos.
The Seimas adopted the law, which covers artificial insemination and in vitr...
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