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  • Professor Adam Balen, Chair of the British Fertility Society (BFS), and spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), said:   “This year National Fertility Awareness Week is focusing on the hidden stories of people facing fertility struggles and aims to change perceptions, raise awareness and provide support for everyone struggling with fertility […]

  • Professor Adam Balen, Chair of the British Fertility Society As the Fertility Show commences for another year, many people will be attending in search of evidence-based, up-to-date information, support and advice on all matters of fertility to help them on their journey. To see a report on our involvement in the Fertility Show view here. (PDF) […]

  • The CfG is establishing a panel of Expert Advisers to help them improve access to expert advice during development and updating of clinical guidelines and other CfG products. Panel members will be invited to contribute to activities such as: • Giving advice – for example on the impact of new evidence in relation to updating […]

  • Attracting over 500 fertility experts, the Joint Fertility Conference is an excellent opportunity for fertility professionals to learn about cutting edge educational advances, network, have fun and start 2017 feeling motivated and inspired! Register here now

  • During Fertility awareness week the #HiddenFaces campaign seeks to highlight the unseen, intimate and day-to-day reality of fertility issues, and to shine a spotlight on untold fertility stories. If your organisation has a publication, you are invited to feature one in #HiddenFaces October or November issue. Email media relations officer Catherine Hill at catherinehill@infertilitynetworkuk.com If you […]

  • Following the success of 2015, the BFS will once again be joining forces with its sister organisations, BICA, ABA, BAS and ACE in both London (and Manchester) at the Fertility Shows. Once again we hope to give visitors to the show impartial advice on evidence based best practice, providing both discussion and leaflet information based on […]

  • Today the HFEA has published its annual report on fertility clinic incidents. The report shows that the total number of B and C grade incidents increased slightly from 2014. For the first time since the HFEA began publishing incidents reports, there were no A grade (the most serious) incidents reported at all. Professor Adam Balen, […]