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Leading IVF clinic blasts decision to continue ban on free treatment in Cambridgeshire

The suspension of NHS-funded routine IVF treatment in Cambridgeshire has been extended indefinitely.

The Governing Board of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group said yesterday (August 6) that routine IVF will not be provided until it eliminates its deficit and returns to a sustainable financial surplus.

The cash-saving move was blasted by Dr Thanos Papthanasiou, lead clinician at Bourn Hall Clinic, which has been pushing for free treatment to be re-instated.

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