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Human Fertility

All members of the BFS receive a free subscription to the Journal, Human Fertility, as part of their membership.

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Fertility 2019

Register today! – Earlybird deadline 31 October 2018 – midnight

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  • In the year that the world’s first test tube baby turns 40, we celebrate the pioneering techniques that led to this moment. Chair of the British Fertility Society Jane Stewart, scientist Kay Elder and Progress Educational Trust Director Sarah Norcross discuss how fertility treatments have advanced and developed and consider what the future holds for IVF with andrologist Allan Pacey. With […]

  • By Professor Joyce Harper, Dr Kylie Baldwin, Dr Lucy Van de Wiel and Professor Jacky Boivin Appeared in BioNews 946 In the UK, the storage limit for eggs frozen for social reasons is currently limited to ten years: too short for healthy young women wanting to preserve their opportunities to conceive later in life. The age at which women are […]

 

  • The BFS AGM was held during the Fertility 2018 Conference in Liverpool and covered all the recent updates and exciting developments the BFS is undergoing. It also provides a summary of the main outcomes from the recent Membership Survey, from which the BFS is developing a strategic action plan. View the AGM slides

  • The LOCI (Letrozole Or Clomifene for ovulation Induction) trial is a proposed new study to determine the best treatment for ovulation induction (OI). This is planned to be a 2×2 factorial design trial, so that women will first be randomised to receive clomifene or letrozole, then a second randomisation will decide if they receive metformin […]

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