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If you can't get IVF treatment on the NHS - it can be really expensive to go private.
That's why a new campaign's been launched by the Midland Fertility Service which allows women to half the cost by sharing a woman's eggs.
Medical Director of the Aldridge-based service, Dr Gillian Lockwood say: "For women who are unfortunately childless, having IVF treatment using eggs donated by another woman is their only hope of ever becoming a mother."
The 'Woman to Woman' campaign appeals to women who have to pay for IVF. By becoming egg sharers and agreeing to donate half the eggs collected from their treatment cycle to another woman, means they can reduce the cost and get treated alot sooner.
For more information on becoming an egg donar call 01922 455 911 or visit www.midlandfertility.com