Gamete and embryo cyropreservation policy consultation
This will give more people the opportunity to have their sperm, eggs or embryos frozen for possible use at a later date, if they are about to have treatment which could cause permanent infertility.
This service, which is called cryopreservation, is already available on the NHS to many patients who are having cancer treatment, and it is proposed to extend the service to patients undergoing other procedures, including gender reassignment surgery or hormone therapy.
To read the EMACC Policy Gamete Cryopreservation, click here
To read Appendix 2 Guidance for CCGs Fertility Preservation, click here
To read Gametes Cyropreservation policy FAQ East Midlands, click here
How to take part
The survey is available online here
Paper copies of the survey are also available.
Please email Katie Swinburn at Katie.firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy.
The survey is open until Sunday March 1st 2020.