ISMAAR Symposium 2020, Saturday 22 February, Copenhagen
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HFEA (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority)

A UK non-departmental public body established by an Act of Parliament in 1990, which regulates treatment using eggs and sperm, and treatment and research involving human embryos. It sets standards for, and issues licences to, fertility treatment and embryo research centres.

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Should Fertility Patients Be Given What They Want, or What They Need? 20 January 2020 Comment
Trials and Tribulations: How Can We Build an Evidence Base? 16 December 2019 Comment
What Is a Fertility Doctor's Duty? 16 December 2019 Comment
IVF clinics accused of 'embezzling' cash from desperate patients 9 December 2019 News
Does fertility treatment still need to be a medical secret? 2 December 2019 Comment
Podcast Review: Designer Genes (Babbage, The Economist) 2 December 2019 Review
Obituary: Frank Dobson, the politician pivotal to PET 18 November 2019 News
PET launches egg freezing #ExtendTheLimit campaign 4 November 2019 News
Trouble in store? 4 November 2019 Comment
Fertility treatment is becoming safer says HFEA report 7 October 2019 News
Forgeries of happiness: dishonesty and deceit in IVF 16 September 2019 Comment
HFEA urges IVF clinics to be more transparent about add-ons 16 September 2019 News
Get A Drip withdraws unproven 'fertility IV' 8 July 2019 News
Is the UK fertility sector facing a tipping point? 8 July 2019 Comment
ICSI no better than IVF for routine infertility cases 26 June 2019 News
Book Review: Breakthrough Babies - An IVF Pioneer's Tale of Creating Life Against All Odds 24 June 2019 Review
No difference in IVF success between frozen or fresh embryos 24 June 2019 News
Event Review: How to Grow a Human 17 June 2019 Review
HFEA issues first commissioning guidance for fertility treatment 3 June 2019 News
Record numbers of single women seeking fertility treatments 13 May 2019 News
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