Changing Chinese Laws to Spur New Wave of Fertility Tourism

August 28th, 2018
Changing Chinese Laws to Spur New Wave of Fertility Tourism
Destinations have been stepping up to tap into a potential new wave of Chinese medical tourists. Since 2016, Chinese couples can now legally have two children without having to pay fines or encounter other penalties, ending decades of the One Child Policy. Chinese authorities may even revoke restrictions on the number of children a family can have altogether. This means that there could be an explosion in the number of Chinese couples seeking in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures. IVF procedures are available in China, and it is estimated that approximately 200,000 babies are born in China via IVF. Still, traveling abroad for better-quality medical care and more advanced medical treatments is increasingly popular in China, and there’s no reason to believe this trend won’t hold true for fertility treatments too. Countries next door to China, and even across the Pacific, have noticed the huge potential of marketing high-quality IVF options for ... read more
Source: https://jingtravel.com/feed/Published on 2018-08-28By Mason Hinsdale

 

 

 

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