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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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A storage solution for embryos and gametes? 4 October 2021 Comment
#ExtendTheLimit: What Now For Egg Freezing? 4 October 2021 Comment
After our campaign, egg storage law comes out of the cold 6 September 2021 Comment
Relationship breakdown during fertility treatment: What happens to my embryo? 2 August 2021 Comment
Why are there lower IVF success rates for black women? 26 July 2021 Comment
Women with sickle cell not given adequate information about reproductive health 26 July 2021 News
Investigation reveals barriers to lesbian couples seeking fertility treatment 21 June 2021 News
Egg donation has come home 14 June 2021 Comment
Watchdog issues new consumer rights guidance to warn IVF clinics 14 June 2021 News
Book Review: CRISPR People – The science and ethics of editing humans 1 June 2021 Review
UK's success rate for IVF has increased 1 June 2021 News
Making embryos: a new way? 19 April 2021 Comment
The Special Status of Mary Warnock: From Fertility Treatment to Embryo Research 19 April 2021 Comment
Ethnic minority women are less likely to have successful fertility treatment 29 March 2021 News
Podcast Review: Making Babies – Surrogacy – what, why, how, who, where? 29 March 2021 Review
Julia Chain announced as new HFEA chair 15 March 2021 News
More twins are currently being born than ever before 15 March 2021 News
The Business of Egg Freezing: From Bluster to Best Practice 15 March 2021 Comment
Gender based prohibitions in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 8 March 2021 Comment
Book Review: Going it Alone – A guide for solo mums in the UK 22 February 2021 Review
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