Proposed IVF rules require doctors to have 'honest conversations'

The Victorian Government review says success rates of live births must be individualised

Treating doctors in IVF clinics should be required to give patients an individualised assessment of their chances of a live birth, a Victorian review has concluded.


It's report into the state's assisted reproductive treatment system warned people seeking IVF treatment were still being left confused by providers about the efficacy of treatment and their likelihood of success.

Released on Wednesday, it said many remained concerned about the way assisted reproductive treatment services are being advertised and promoted.