The health watchdog is changing its recommendations for fertility treatment on the NHS in England and Wales.
For the first time, same sex couples and women aged between 40 and 42 will be offered IVF. The health watchdog is changing its recommendations for fertility treatment on the NHS in England and Wales. NICE suggests one free cycle if they've been unable to conceive after two years of trying.
Josephine Quintavalle from Comment on Reproductive Ethics told Premier's Marcus Jones during the News Hour that she's against both options:
These Premier listeners support older women getting the treatment:
Previous guidelines stopped women at the age of 39 receiving IVF.
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