A free -to-attend online event about fertility treatment ‘ add-ons’ – optional treatments or procedures offered alongside IVF, often at considerable expense to the patient, which may not be supported by reliable evidence.
A free -to-attend online event about whole genome sequencing at birth, asking how researchers should be able to use genomic data from newborn babies. This event is produced by the Progress Educational Trust ( PET), in partnership with Genomics England and its Newborn Genomes Programme .
Professor Adam Balen said the pills should come with an alert over pregnancy He compared the proposed warnings to those currently on cigarette packets Professor said warnings are needed because fertility plummets in late 30s.
During the Covid-19 pandemic we have all spent less time in the company of others than perhaps ever before and for single women approaching the end of their fertility, the pandemic has come at a costly time when they would otherwise have hoped to be meeting a life partner and starting a family.