New guidance has called for fertility clinics in the UK to minimise treatment amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The spread of a novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which causes the disease COVID-19, presents UK fertility clinics and patients with a unique set of challenges.
After analysing all cell types in the human ovary, scientists at the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have shown so-called 'egg stem cells' do not exist.
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Professional medical bodies are calling for the UK law on the storage limit for frozen eggs to be extended, to provide women with more choice in their reproductive years.
UK health minister Matt Hancock has said Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) should not be determining the level of access to National Health Service (NHS) fertility services; instead commissioning of NHS-funded IVF should be decided at a national level with national standards.
A woman whose cancer treatment left her infertile has given birth to a baby boy, through the first successful use of a new egg freezing technique.
The Government has launched a public consultation (open until 5 May 2020) on whether the UK's maximum storage periods for eggs, sperm and embryos should be reviewed. Progress Educational Trust (PET)'s #ExtendTheLimit campaign has played an important role in getting this on the public agenda, and the UK fertility community now needs to get behind the consultation to encourage the Government to modernise the law.
A British court is considering a claim to release a deceased patient's fertility clinic records to their heirs.