Poland's parliament is considering several proposals related to in-vitro fertilization, or IVF. The Catholic Church has entered the debate and voiced its opposition to the procedure. Amy Drozdowska reports that the debate is part of a larger discussion in Poland, about how much influence the Church should have there.
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