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Association of Clinical Embryologists (ACE)
…professional body of and for embryologists in the UK. ACE was founded in 1993 to promote high standards of practice in clinical embryology and to support the professional interests of embryologists working in the UK. ACE now has in excess of 400 members.
Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago
The Australian and New Zealand Infertility Counsellors Association
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
…BACP is leading the effort to make counselling and psychotherapy widely recognised as a profession whose purpose and activity is understood by the general public.
Bristol Cancer Help
British Fertility Society (BFS)
… To provide a common forum for members of various disciplines, with an interest in infertility, reproductive medicine and biology, to meet and discuss practice, research, policy and ethics for the advancement of the subject.
British Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Andrology
Creating UK families through surrogacy and egg donation, Natalie Gamble Associates pioneered UK fertility law, and has already helped over 400 UK families created through surrogacy and donation in many different countries, as well as having a long history shaping law and policy. Now, at Brilliant Beginnings, the same team brings a new kind of help for families.
Chana supports couples dealing with fertility issues in the Jewish community throughout the UK and Europe. In addition it offers a Wellbeing range of services for Men Women and Teenagers related to reproductive health.
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…support network of UK counsellors and psychotherapists, with information on their training and experience, areas of counselling, fees and contact details. This service is free, confidential and easy to use.
… founded in 1995 by a group of women who were patients of Dr Conway, who is a patron of the charity. An affiliation with the charity Infertility Network UK (previously known as CHILD) was formed at the same time. The group started off being run by women in their spare time and today continues to be run totally by volunteers.
Donor Conception Network
… a network of parents with children conceived with donated sperm eggs or embryos, adult offspring, and those contemplating or undergoing treatment
Scottish treatment fertility issues, pre-conception care and pregnancy care
Scottish Care and Information on Miscarriage
…an NHS website which signposts people in the West Midlands to useful health and social care websites that have been quality-checked, plus a directory of over 4200 support groups and services both national and local
…focused on understanding fertility and infertility treatments, tests and support
The Fertility Network
Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA)
… the UK’s independent regulator overseeing safe and appropriate practice in fertility treatment and embryo research.
Infertility Network UK
Infertility Network UKInfertility Network UK are the UK’s leading infertility support network, and we’re here to offer information and support to anyone affected by fertility problems.
Provides support and information for those suffering the effects of pregnancy loss
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National Gamete Donation Trust (NGDT)
Natalie Gamble Associates
Website of the UK’s leading fertility lawyers, containing a wealth of free and regularly updated legal information and legal resources for counsellors, patients and anyone else interested in surrogacy, donor conception, embryo storage and consent, IVF, HFEA regulation and other fertility law issues.
National Gametes Donation Trust
One at a time
…professionally-led site aimed at reducing the risks of multiple pregnancies from fertility treatment.
Porter Dodson Fertility & Parenting Law
A new pioneering multi-media fertility and parenting law website. It contains lots of information, articles, video and social media about fertility law, donor conception, surrogacy, embryos, eggs and sperm and children and parenting. It’s aimed at fertility patients, clinicians, counsellors and other professionals and it’s free and user-friendly.
Progress Educational Trust
Project Group on Assisted Reproduction (Progar)
Resolve: the National Infertility Association
Childlessness overcome through surrogacy
The American Fertility Association