|Thousands of infertile couples are not receiving free IVF treatment from the NHS because only nine of 151 health trusts in England are providing the recommended level of therapy.
Government guidance says couples are entitled to at least one free full cycle of IVF.
But four areas are not providing it at all and others are insisting couples should not be smokers, should have been in a stable relationship for two years, and are also setting narrow age restrictions.
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