Reproduction and Fertility is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal
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The National Health Service (NHS) is a publicly funded healthcare system in the United Kingdom.

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Ethnic minority women are less likely to have successful fertility treatment 29 March 2021 News
NHS launches polygenic scores pilot to calculate heart disease risk 29 March 2021 News
Scottish Government report proposes funding more IVF 22 March 2021 News
Spinal muscular atrophy gene therapy coming to the NHS 15 March 2021 News
Sperm donors sell on Facebook as fertility clinics run short in pandemic 22 February 2021 News
Why financial and medical decision-making must remain separate in UK fertility 22 February 2021 Comment
Assisted reproductive technology in Australia and the United Kingdom 15 February 2021 Comment
UK offers genomic expertise to identify new COVID strains worldwide 1 February 2021 News
An All-Consuming Problem? How to Protect Patients in the Fertility Market 18 January 2021 Comment
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Fertility Sector 21 December 2020 Comment
IVF Success: What Makes Scotland Special? 22 November 2020 Comment
Lessons from Lockdown: How to Improve Support for Fertility Patients 9 November 2020 Comment
Fertility treatment and COVID-19: lessons from, and for, lockdown 2 November 2020 Comment
Ovarian cancer blood test more effective than previously thought 2 November 2020 News
How Old Is Too Old to Be a Parent? 26 October 2020 Comment
National Genomic Healthcare Strategy: a view from Genomics England 19 October 2020 Comment
UK Government launches plan for genomic healthcare system 5 October 2020 News
HFEA data shows rise in IVF across family types 28 September 2020 News
Starting or ending a pregnancy: why the British Pregnancy Advisory Service is doing both 28 September 2020 Comment
Expanded carrier screening: careful what you look for 14 September 2020 Comment
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