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Should NHS England provide more IVF treatment?

September 22nd, 2016

Episode 1210 of 1744 episodes

The provision of IVF on the NHS in England is at its lowest level since guidelines were introduced in 2004, according to the charity Fertility Fairness. Claire Thomas had her son after going to the Czech Republic for IVF treatment. Sarah Norcross, co-chair of the Fertility Fairness campaign group, and Lucy Watson, director of quality and safety at Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group, discuss the issue. (Image: IVF. Credit: SPL)

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