Fertility Network media volunteer Ruth gives her view on scientists growing human eggs in the lab.
Fertility Network UK statement
Southend has cut the number of NHS IVF cycles it offers from 2 to just 1 partial cycle and removed NHS IVF for women over 40
Fertility Network statement on research suggesting ibuprofen taken in early pregnancy may damage female babies' future fertility
Fertility network statement on RCOG paper on full funding of IVF and multiple pregnancies
Please complete online survey here before 6 April 2018 to oppose these cuts
Facing the festive season when struggling with fertility problems can be too painful to bear; here are some thoughts on how to cope
Concerns about the number of adverse incidents at fertility clinics continuing to rise
Please help by completing a short, anonymous survey - just 5 questions
Do you know the five ages of female fertility?
A wonderful example of patient power: 90% voted against the introduction of strict female age restrictions
The proposal would mean only women under 35 and over 23 would be able to access NHS IVF; age restrictions will be introduced for men too
The 8 CCGs currently provide 2 partial cycles and are considering cutting this to just 1 partial cycle or 0 cycles
Major new survey on men's experience of infertility from Fertility Network UK and Leeds Beckett University.
Join us in providing support, improving awareness, raising funds and changing perceptions for everyone affected by fertility issues
National Fertility Awareness Week 30 October – 5 November is just a week away. Find out what's happening here
Herts Valleys clinical commissioning group (CCG) removes NHS IVF; East and North Hertfordshire CCG slashes its NHS IVF provision from 3 IVF cycles to 1 cycle
Patient campaign to fight the proposed cuts successful; a great example of patient power
New andrology prizes for Young Scientist and Young Clinician
Fertility Network UK invites anyone facing fertility issues to an event in Parliament on 1 Nov 5-6.30pm to discuss fair funding for IVF