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Access to IVF for those needing sperm donation

Updated: May 11, 2020


The licensing process for the clinics providing third party sperm donation has now been finalised and therefore it is now possible for lesbian couples or single women/trans men to access IVF services at Mater Dei.


The first step is a referral by a GP to the ART Clinic at Mater Dei.


The only pending issue at the moment is that posed by the COVID-19 crises in that all outpatient clinical services are currently on hold. If, there is no spike in cases following the opening of shops etc. then it is expected that IVF services will be allowed to re-open towards the end of this month.


For anyone who may have queries you can direct them to Simone Attard who heads the Embryo Protection Authority – simone.b.attard@gov.mt T: 25951651.

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