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Things that matter are hard: a review of “Instant Family“

There is a moment about a third of the way into the new film Instant Family that felt as though someone had recorded my conversation in private and played it out to a cinema full of people. It was funny, awful, upsetting but utterly real all at the same time…

Fresh hope for childless couples as Fertility Network’s #Scream4IVF petition is presented to Prime Minister Theresa May

On the 14th of January at 3pm, leading national patient charity Fertility Network presented its #Scream4IVF petition calling for fair access to NHS fertility treatment and an end to the IVF postcode lottery to Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Downing Street, London. Petitions which reach 100,000 signatures prove the public…

Have your say on the future of fertility treatment at NHS West Kent Clinical CCG

With a growing gap between the money available to pay for NHS care and the costs the NHS faces, NHS West Kent Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is considering reducing the number of cycles of IVF that would be funded by the NHS. This would enable more investment in other health…

Fertility Network UK statement on egg freezing

Do you know the five ages of female fertility?

Your Future Fertility – Fertility Network Scotland

Fertility Network Scotland's attendance at Freshers' Events in the North East of Scotland got off to a great start at the end of August with an extremely well organised and well attended day at Dundee & Angus College's Arbroath Campus.  All preparations had been made  there by the Learner Engagement…

The Pants Project: Valentine’s night party

Fancy something different for Valentine's Night? Join the Pants Project for a night of live music, pink champagne and canapes to raise funds and awareness for those facing fertility problems.

Help save NHS IVF: join the digital debate now

From now until 16 January you can help inform an MP debate on the future of NHS IVF by having your say online

Freezing and storing eggs – what you need to know

Egg freezing is relatively new, and to date few babies have been born in the UK using frozen eggs.

Freshers 2016 in Scotland

Once again we can report that Freshers 2016 was a roaring success and boy did we have some fun along the way