Cuts to IVF have led to 'postcode lottery' in England - Rebecca Williams. ©SKY 2017 - COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE ORIGINAL OWNER AND IS USED FOR EDUCATIONAL & REFERENCE USE.
Women in England are being barred from accessing IVF treatment on the NHS in a postcode lottery created by cuts to the service, campaigners have said.
Four areas including Croydon, Basildon and Brentwood now offer no funded cycles of IVF treatment, while 125 fund just one.
Rebecca Williams spoke to two mothers from Bristol who have had IVF treatment, which could be cut in that part of the country.
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