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UK IVF-ers might be covered up to 42

A recent story from the UK caught my attention: a top health authority has recommended that Britain’s National Health Service make several changes to their IVF policy: that IVF should be offered to couples two years after failed attempts, not three the upper age limit should be increased from 39 to 42 There are a […]

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A scientific breakthrough to boost IVF success rates?

Interesting! A story in the UK Guardian caught my eye today. It reveals that fertility scientists are trying to increase the chance of a successful IVF procedure through more effective analysis of fertilized embryos. Using mice in a case study, they found that “when a sperm entered an egg, the egg’s jelly-like innards would start to […]

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So, this is disturbing…

I read this little tidbit today on the internet. Here, here is the link: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-07-17/ivf-lottery-slammed/2797642 A lottery for IVF. So basically a lottery is cashing in on the desire for a child and banking on the emotions of women and men and couples and non-couples. I am speechless. Thing is, having a child through a […]

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