D Health: fixing a broken market

A newly established consultancy aims to accelerate the development of digital healthcare throughout Western Europe

From Oldham to fertility clinics around the world

Since the world’s first “test-tube baby” was born in Oldham almost 35 years ago, the revolutionary treatment of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) has continued to advance, as Liz Bestic reports

Finding the best clinic for you

Getting fertility treatment on the National Health Service can be a postcode lottery and going private is equally challenging, writes Kate Brian, who offers a guide for couples in need of help

Lab interventions help create life

A number of different treatments are used to help “infertile” childless couples start a family, as Clint Witchalls reports

Diagnosis can be difficult for some

Choosing a fertility treatment usually depends on the nature of the problem, but it can also mean a choice between staying in the UK and going abroad, writes Clint Witchalls

Advancing in the name of science and humanity

Developments in IVF treatment are offering new hope to infertile women and improving safety, as Rhiannon Smith discovers

‘Infertility is still taboo’

Fertility problems can have a devastating emotional impact on couples, says Karen Veness, who successfully underwent IVF treatment, but felt stigmatised along the way

Taking care of the money when sickness strikes

Medical cover can be a valuable addition to an employment package, and helps keep the workforce fit and healthy, writes Sam Barrett