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    We’re pleased to bring you Fertility 2021 Online: Barriers and breakthroughs, running from 6-10 January. In […]

  • You are invited to take part in a short anonymous survey about the use of endometrial scratching as a fertility treatment or add-on. The survey is open to clinicians, nurses and embryologists working in fertility centres across Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

    For more information and to complete the survey:

    It is […]

  • Fertility patients in England are at risk of losing their eligibility for NHS-funded care, due to the combination of strict age limits and long delays caused by COVID-19. That’s why a coalition of professional bodies, charities and patient groups has written an open letter to the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock MP, urging him […]

  • The Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists (ARCS) and the British Fertility Society (BFS) have produced an updated version of the guidelines for fertility treatments during COVID 19. 

    Click here for the full guidelines: ARCS BFS guideline Covid 19 version 3 30 September 2020

    Prepared by the ARCS/BFS COVID working group on behalf of […]

  • An announcement concerning the Fertility 2021 conference from the Joint Executive Committee representing the British Fertility Society, the Society for Reproduction and Fertility and the Association of Reproductive and Clinical Scientists.

    Read the full letter here: Fertility 2021 official letter from chairs


  • We are sure you appreciate that there is a lack of clear guidance if a long acting reversible contraception (LARC) has to be discontinued prior to ovarian stimulation for women donating their eggs or having fertility preservation, and anecdotally, we have come across some variation in clinical practice.

    We would be grateful if you could […]