Sweden's IVF programme for single women not 'as good as hoped' (bbc.co.uk)

An interesting BBC news item from Sweden, where more than 50% of patients needing sperm donation are single. Five years ago, women without partners were given the same rights as couples to access state-funded fertility treatments including IVF; now, however, the impact is being felt by everyone as a lack of necessary funding and a shortage of sperm donors has resulted in long waiting times. Depending where you are geographically, wait times can be so long that single women have now been told it’s too late to apply once they turn 37.

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