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New head of fertility watchdog says "Don't bank on IVF"

THE new head of the fertility watchdog has warned women that they delay motherhood at their peril — and revealed that she herself had unsuccessful IVF treatment.

Sally Cheshire, who was appointed chairwoman of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) this month, also said that parents should tell children conceived using donor sperm or eggs about their genetic parentage to protect them from potential “emotional damage” if they found out later in life.

Read the full article on The Sunday Times website

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