Spread the word #IVFis40
Tell us what IVF means to you. Did it change your life or not? We want to hear from patients, IVF children and professionals
We would very much appreciate it if you would help to spread the word about #IVFis40 – one of the key messages of this year’s National Fertility Awareness Week 30 Oct – 5 Nov 2017.
On 10 November 1977, IVF worked: nine months later on 25 July 1978, the world’s first IVF baby Louise Brown was born. Since then a quarter of a million UK babies have been born via IVF.
Please join us in commemorating the 40th anniversary of IVF success: we are asking everyone to send us their IVF memories – successful and not – from the last four decades. Did IVF change your life or not? We want to hear from patients, IVF children and professionals. Send your #IVFis40 memories to firstname.lastname@example.org and stories and pics will be shared at www.nfaw.org.uk
What we’d really like you to do now is to display the poster #IVFis40 at your clinic or place of work. It can be downloaded at (4th poster)
Please do tell colleagues, friends or family who might have #IVFis40 stories to share. Thanks in advance for your support of this important week.