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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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Event Review: International IVF Initiative – My mosaic embryo 25 January 2021 Review
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
International surrogacy: new HFEA guidance and the dangers of oversimplifying a complex picture 14 December 2020 Comment
IVF Success: What Makes Scotland Special? 22 November 2020 Comment
Competition and Markets Authority consults on draft consumer law guidance for fertility clinics 16 November 2020 Comment
Relationship status does not affect outcome of cumulative donor insemination treatments 16 November 2020 Comment
Book Review: We Are Family – What really matters for parents and children 9 November 2020 Review
Draft guidance from watchdog cracks down on IVF clinics 9 November 2020 News
Lessons from Lockdown: How to Improve Support for Fertility Patients 9 November 2020 Comment
Sperm donation: terms and conditions apply 9 November 2020 Comment
Fertility treatment and COVID-19: lessons from, and for, lockdown 2 November 2020 Comment
Age-Old Question: Exploring Fertility and Ageing 26 October 2020 Comment
COVID-19 leads to more women freezing their eggs 19 October 2020 News
Donate, Destroy or Delay? When IVF Embryos Are No Longer Needed for Treatment 5 October 2020 Comment
Extend legal time limit on frozen eggs says bioethics report 5 October 2020 News
Sperm donor awarded damages after sperm used by gay couples 5 October 2020 News
HFEA data shows rise in IVF across family types 28 September 2020 News
Scottish widow may use late husband's sperm for IVF 28 September 2020 News
Known Unknowns: The Pros, Cons and Consequences of Known Donation 21 September 2020 Comment
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