National Fertility Awareness Week 30 Oct -5 Nov 2017
Swindon CCG has cut the number of NHS IVF cycles it offers from 3 to 1 partial cycle, effective from 1 April 2017
A joint survey between Fertility Clinics Abroad and Fertility Network UK reveals drivers for seeking IVF overseas
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.
We urge patients concerned about any of the issues raised in this investigation to contact the charity for support and advice
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
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
Fertility Network encourages everyone affected by Croydon CCG's cuts to join our day of action on March 25
Media Statement: Fertility Network UK
Released: 14 March 2017
The proposed closure of the assisted reproduction unit at the University Hospital of Hartlepool will have a damaging effect on an already stressed and struggling group of patients, warns leading patient fertility charity Fertility Network UK.
You can make a difference: incredible feedback from public persuades Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG to keep NHS IVF.
The patient perspective on NHS fertility cuts
Greater Manchester the best place to live in England for NHS fertility treatment;
Essex the worst; ‘unacceptable’ that CCGs do not offer NHS IVF, says Minister
Essex IVF black spot as Basildon & Brentwood cuts all NHS IVF
Positive news on NHS fertility funding in England as Bedfordshire clinical commissioning group decides to keep NHS IVF