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  • REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR BFS STUDY WEEK 2017 To be held on 19-22 June, at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, Kensington. REGISTER HERE – Early Bird booking deadline 30 March 2017 With limited places, we recommend you book now at 2016 prices and before the Early Bird deadline to secure your place and also benefit from your […]

  • Today marks the beginning of PCOS Awareness Month. To mark this the Evening Standard have published a story raising awareness of the symptoms of PCOS featuring Professor Adam Balen: http://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/health/5-ways-to-spot-the-symptoms-of-polycystic-ovary-syndrome-a3334141.html

  • Listen again to Professor Adam Balen discussing IVF provision in Scotland and England on Radio 4’s You and Yours programme. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07fdy15

  • Dr Meena Choudhary has submitted this survey and would be grateful for members views. Survey

  • Fertility Health Summit 2016

    Join us on 15 April 2016 to ensure young people receive the right information about family planning and reproductive health.

  • Fertility Health Summit 2016

    Join us on 15 April 2016 to ensure young people receive the right information about family planning and reproductive health

  • The 10th Biennial Conference of the Association of Clinical Embryologists (ACE) is scheduled for 5th-6th January 2016.  Why not make a week of your visit to Newcastle-Gateshead for BFS 2016 by attending both meetings.  ACE have agreed to a membership registration fee for members of the BFS to attend rather than the full delegate rate. […]

  • The 22nd IFFS World Congress on fertility and sterility is to be held in New Delhi, India, from 21-25 September 2016. It is billed as “a showcase of advancement in reproductive technology, with Indian heritage and hospitality at its best”. Abstract submission for the congress is now open.

  • 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