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IVF and NHS fertility treatment service in England

Government guidelines say women between 23 and 39 should be entitled to three cycles of IVF on the NHS, but that is not happening in some parts of England.

Adam Fleming spoke to Daniel Imoedemha, a consultant fertility specialist at The Bridge Clinic, and David Stout from the NHS Confederation, and recalled what David Cameron told the House of Commons last week.

After watching the film, Fertility expert Robert Winston claimed there was "massive profiteering" by private firms involved in IVF treatment.

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  • 16 Jun 2011
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