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Proposals for more cuts to IVF – Richmond and Croydon

Both Richmond and Croydon CCG are consulting on proposals to cut funding for fertility treatment. If you want to have your say on these proposals, you can respond to the consultation and also go along to the open meetings. Richmond are holding a public meeting on 27th February and Croydon…

Patient day of action 25 March 2017

Make a difference: Fertility Network UK patient day of action Saturday 25 March 2017

Email, post and tweet #IVFx3 #TellyourMP #Therighttotry

Wirral health bosses to cut NHS IVF

Wirral CCG is to cut the number of NHS IVF cycles it offers from 3 to 2

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.

The Fertility Show – Manchester

Come and Visit us at Stand C10 at The Fertility Show, Manchester Central

Closure of fertility unit in Hartlepool detrimental to patients

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.

Ipswich and East Suffolk to keep NHS IVF

You can make a difference: incredible feedback from public persuades Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG to keep NHS IVF.

Vital the NHS provides IVF

'Infertility is a serious medical condition; those suffering from infertility who meet NICE criteria should be able to seek NHS treatment,' Nicola Blackwood, Minister for Public Health

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

Retaining NHS fertility services – you can make a difference

Richard Clothier, a fertility patient in Bedfordshire. There is certainly a trend in England for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to reduce, and in some cases remove IVF treatment allocations altogether. What is not certain is that each CCG’s consultation has to lead to the intended decision going ahead. In November…