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Readers’ panel: Should IVF be a higher funding priority for the NHS?

Guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence say women aged 40 and under should be offered three cycles of IVF treatment on the NHS if they meet certain criteria. But figures from the charity Fertility Fairness show a steady decline in the number of providers offering this, with fewer than one in five clinical commissioning groups in England offering the recommended treatment to eligible couples. Nursing Standard readers' panelists have their say. 

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