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Doctors urge end to IVF postcode lottery to reduce multiple births

Three treatments on NHS would lessen chance of patients having higher risk twins or triplets Senior doctors are urging the government to end the “postcode lottery” in IVF funding across the country in an attempt to lessen the impact of multiple pregnancies on mothers, babies and the NHS. Although national guidelines suggest would-be mothers should be given three free IVF cycles paid for by the NHS, patients are increasingly only offered one or sometimes none at all.
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