Bourn Hall, the world’s first IVF clinic, has appointed Sean Sullivan as Chair of its board of Directors to help steer it through this changing landscape and move into the next phase of its growth.
Laura Carter-Penman has joined the board of SING the organisation for infertility nurses and healthcare assistants.
Dr Kay Elder is to talk at Fertility Fest. In 1984 she joined Bourn Hall, the world’s first IVF clinic, established by Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards after their breakthrough with ‘test-tube’ baby Louise Brown.
Fertility treatment at Bourn Hall has come a long way since its founders success with the first “test-tube baby” conceived 40 years ago, but as National Fertility Awareness Week reveals there is still much to do.