BFS Chairperson, Professor Adam Balen, was quoted in the media last week, in response to the Daily Mail investigation into egg sharing practices in some IVF clinics. Although the investigation raised some important concerns and the HFEA are investigating accordingly, the practices described are not typical nor are they widespread in the field of fertility […]
2nd May 2017
Professor Adam Balen, Chair and spokesperson for The British Fertility Society said:
“The British Fertility Society publishes good, clear evidence based guidelines, and upholds the highest standards of ethical practice. Any concern about individual clinics should be investigated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).
“Egg sharing practice is legitimate and can […]