Westminster Hall Debate - IVF: Treatment of Women
During a debate on the treatment of women during IVF I spoke about concerns regarding women being given too much hormone medication.
Joan Ryan (Enfield North) (Lab): Given the serious health risks that can arise from women being treated with too much hormone medication during IVF, does my hon. Friend agree that the HFEA must collect and publish information on the type and amount of drugs given to women so that they can make a more informed choice about the treatment they may receive?
Siobhain McDonagh: I wholeheartedly agree with my right hon. Friend and hope to expand on that point in my speech.
The link to the full debate can be found here.
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