Malta Health Ministry claims ‘more than 100 children have been born through the free IVF services being offered at Mater Dei Hospital’,

In a statement today ministry said ‘The target was reached when three sets of twins were born at the hospital in the past few days’.

The total is now 104 children of whom there are 13 sets of twins and one set of triplets.

IVF services have been offered since January 2015, and 572 cycles have been offered. So far, 61 girls and 43 boys were born, while another 24 women are pregnant with children conceived via IVF.

Health Minister Chris Fearne said that these 89 couples would never have been able to experience the joy of parenthood were it not for IVF services at the hospital.


News Resource –¬†, November 30, 2017