Fertility hope as scientists hail ‘world first’ in sperm selection

A new technique of identifying the best sperm for fertility treatment could ultimately improve success rates and develop new methods to help boost male fertility

Gaps in UK fertility treatment push patients abroad

A joint survey between Fertility Clinics Abroad and Fertility Network UK reveals drivers for seeking IVF overseas

Thorns & Flowers: Infertility experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic Women

This project was carried out by an interdisciplinary team of female researchers at Cardiff and Aberystwyth and set out to explore the use of an arts & drawing workshop to understand the infertility experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Women. The team are now pleased to announce that the booklet…

Cheshire CCGs slash NHS IVF

West, East and South Cheshire and Vale Royal CCGs have cut NHS IVF effective from 28 April. The cuts affect existing patients as well as new referrals.

Men: we need your help with our fertility survey

Too little is know about how men understand, experience and cope with fertility issues, you can change that by completing our online survey

Fertility Network UK responds to IVF industry investigation

We urge patients concerned about any of the issues raised in this investigation to contact the charity for support and advice

Let down: lack of support for fertility patients before, during and after treatment

Counselling for fertility problems can be a life saver yet only a minority of people affected do receive counselling and the majority of these have to fund some of it themselves

Worcestershire plans to cuts NHS IVF

Redditch & Bromsgrove, South Worcestershire and Wyre Forest plan to cut NHS IVF - please complete online survey by 12 April to stop this

Kingston CCG consults on cutting all NHS IVF

Please complete the online survey to stop Kingston CCG decommissioning NHS IVF

Gold standard: Scotland the first country to provide 3 NHS-funded IVF cycles for all eligible couples

In Scotland, the number of available NHS-funded IVF cycles will be increased from two to three from 1 April 2017, for all new referrals who meet the eligibility criteria