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Stephen Harbottle, consultant embryologist at Cambridge IVF and current chairman of the Association of Clinical Embryologists, discusses a recent story on the BBC2’s Victoria Derbyshire programme where an unlicensed sperm donor claims to have fathered 800 children. Simon Watson, 41, charges £50 for his services and most of his clients find him on Facebook

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Cambridge News health supplement | 01.02.16 Unlicensed sperm donor, Simon Watson claims he fathered 800 children. The 41 year old male charges £50 for his service and most of his clients find him on...

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Thursday 21 January 2016 Cambridge IVF passes ISO 9001 inspection once again. The stamp of approval called ‘ISO 9001:2008’ is the international standard for quality management systems. The BSI Group...

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10% off fertility health checks The stork isn't going to bring you a baby in 2016 but our fertility health checks may help to establish appropriate treatment options and help you on the road to...

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Ther Rosie has started a new drop-in open evening at our fertility clinic in Trumpington. Cambridge News, Freya Leng talks about this in her news article on the Health Supplement this morning. To...

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View calendar here Opening hours for December 2015 to January 2016 holiday period. Last day of egg collection : Friday 18 December Last day of embryo transfer : Thursday 24 December First day of egg...

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More than 21,000 people have signed a Care2 petition hoping that the South Norfolk CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) would continue to provide funding for IVF treatment. However, South Norfolk CGG...

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Our consultant embryologist Stephen Harbottle has been nominated for the NHS mentor/Coach of the year eoe leadership awards. The team here are Cambridge IVF are very excited and wish Stephen the best...

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Couples struggling to have children are increasingly likely to be denied NHS-funded fertility treatment, with several Clinical Commissioning Groups preparing to halt or restrict offering IVF because...
Addenbrooke's IVF clinic Cambridge IVF is supporting the cause both by raising awareness and by raising funds. This week, the Trumpington-based clinic  will be taking part in the Embryo Challenge. They will be donating £5 to Infertility Network for every embryo fertilized during the course of the week.

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Cambridge News health supplement | 02.11.15 CambridgeIVF is taking part in the campaign to raise funds and awareness during National Fertility Awareness Week which starts today and runs until Sunday...