June 14, 2016
(BBC) – Access to fertility treatment will be widened in Scotland to make it the “fairest and most generous in the UK”, the Scottish government has announced. For the first time, couples who have children from a previous relationship will be able to have IVF treatment on the NHS. The number of cycles women undergo will also be increased from two to three to increase the chances of success.
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