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The Walking Egg

Create Health Foundation activities

Tackling infertility at the grass roots: Launch of fertility education in secondary schools in London

Lobbying for a national IVF tariff

Prevention of drug related complications and better monitoring of women’s health (for those undergoing IVF)

The campaign has had a number of pulses, including keynote speeches at ISMAAR (Dr Nargund called for the HFEA Act to be updated in light of health risks associated with high number of eggs collected in IVF Cycles back in 2014) as well as a sustained campaign within the national and broadcast media for the HFEA Act to be adapted to ensure the improved monitoring of the short and long-term health of women undergoing IVF, improved data collection on drugs, dosages and off-label drugs administered to women during IVF and the need to link the HFEA registry with hospital, cancer and death registries to better monitor and record any links between IVF and health risks and implications.