Should Ivf Be Allowed? Essay

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Should IVF be available on the NHS? One reason for IVF being available on the NHS is that women who desperately want children of their own, wont be able to have them without the expensive IVF treatment. Many women are focused on their carers, and they don’t think about the time when they will be incapable of having a child. This leads to them trying to have children to late and them not being able to. I think that all women should be able to have children of their own, it’s not their fault that they were trying to create a better lifestyle for their ‘wanted child’ and if that means getting IVF treatment, they should be able to have it as an option provided by the NHS. However a reason for IVF not being available on the NHS is that IVF treatment is incredibly expensive. Some people argue that NHS shouldn’t give out free IVF treatments as they could spend it on drugs to cure illnesses (such as cancer). Also women that want to conceive should take matters on to their own hands, meaning they should be responsible for the costs of IVF treatment. Overall, I think the NHS should provide IVF treatment, as every 15 out of 100 women are incapable of having a child. Which means most of those 15 women’s chances of having a child of their own is out of the question. I strongly believe that every female should have a chance to conceive and if they can’t then they should be able to have a chance

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