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Regional differences affect access to fertility preservation for children with cancer 27 September 2021 News
RNAi jab to reduce cholesterol available on NHS 6 September 2021 News
IVF treatment on the NHS to return in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough 12 July 2021 News
Investigation reveals barriers to lesbian couples seeking fertility treatment 21 June 2021 News
Why fertility treatment must be in the Women's Health Strategy 21 June 2021 Comment
Cambridgeshire CCG to review IVF policy 7 June 2021 News
Five-month-old baby receives £1.8 million gene therapy on the NHS 7 June 2021 News
UK's success rate for IVF has increased 1 June 2021 News
Levelling up in London? 17 May 2021 Comment
Spinal muscular atrophy gene therapy coming to the NHS 15 March 2021 News
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Fertility Sector 21 December 2020 Comment
IVF postcode lottery for breast cancer patients 24 August 2020 News
Relationship status and BMI used to determine access to IVF 17 August 2020 News
National standards needed for IVF cycles, says health minister 2 March 2020 News
What's the Truth about... 13 January 2020 Comment
IVF clinics accused of 'embezzling' cash from desperate patients 9 December 2019 News
IVF Fairness petition closed due to UK election 11 November 2019 News
Teen cancer patients not told about fertility risks 27 October 2019 News
Call for genetic testing for all women with breast cancer 7 October 2019 News
NHS to provide gene therapy for rare eye disease 9 September 2019 News
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