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    Applications are invited from individuals who are interested to join the Editorial Board of the journal Human Fertility. Human Fertility is the official journal of the British Fertility Society, but also serves as a forum for peer-reviewed articles arising out of the activities of the British Infertility Counselling Association, the Royal College of Nursing Fertility […]

  • Kingston-based web design and digital marketing agency Figment, the agency behind the British Fertility Society’s new website, has been awarded the title of Best Creative and Media Sector business 2015 at the prestigious Kingston Business Excellence Awards. Developed and organised by Kingston Chamber of Commerce, the awards are held in partnership with the Royal Borough […]

  • INUK have a number of surveys on the go and want your help to enlist volunteers to complete them. Fertility Perceptions The first is a survey of 16-25 year olds as part of an attempt to understand young peoples’s perceptions of fertility and fertility problems. There is a draw for participants with a chance to […]

  • Comparing pregnancy outcomes for 150 women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), US researchers have found that those who exercised lost the most weight and had more live births than those who didn’t. Reuters

  • The North East Essex CCG will now only fund IVF for patients undergoing cancer treatments, or who have a disease or a condition requiring medical or surgical treatment which could make them infertile. Maldon and Burnham Standard

  • A new study in Science has identified a version of calcineurin that is found only in sperm and is necessary for sperm to penetrate an egg’s zona pellucida. LA Times

  • The Health Research Authority has given the go-ahead for a team at Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital in London to carry out 10 womb transplants in the UK. The British Fertility Society has responded in the piece. BBC News