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    Thread reopened - with a few posts deleted. I would refer you to https://politicspoliticalforum.com/t...66#post1256366 and say that, of course humour is subjective, but several posts went beyond being acceptable on an online forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    Your right, the NHS isn't a free service, and I haven't indicated otherwise. Ask yourself this, if any one of the women presently getting IVF treatment on the NHS was using private health insurance, do you think companies such as BUPA would accept her claim, I think not. Not being able to get pregnant isn't an illness.
    i hesitate to engage on discussions like this seeing how ridiculously easy it was to get Sarah and Jennifer...

    But I think given what I know about a certain Nordic chaps research into male infertility, I think not being able to get a woman pregnant MIGHT be a medical condition, and possibly one caused by chemical industry negligence ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnofgwent View Post
    i hesitate to engage on discussions like this seeing how ridiculously easy it was to get Sarah and Jennifer...

    But I think given what I know about a certain Nordic chaps research into male infertility, I think not being able to get a woman pregnant MIGHT be a medical condition, and possibly one caused by chemical industry negligence ...
    It may be a serious problem:-

    https://www.sciencealert.com/fertili...ld-s-countries

    Fertility Rates Are Now Falling in Half The World's Countries


    KRISTIN HOUSER, FUTURISM
    9 NOV 2018



    People just aren't making babies like they used to.
    This week, The Lancet published a new report on global fertility rates from 1950 to 2017.
    Based on their research, people across the globe are giving birth to fewer children than they did in the past — and the impact on society could be catastrophic.

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    So that means we either develop more sophisticated defence systems or the barbarians inherit the earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Know it View Post
    That may well be the case, but my argument against the NHS providing free IVF goes further than just saving money. It is the fact we are supplying a free service which will in turn help increase of an overpopulated country, and secondly, if someone can't afford IVF, they can't afford to raise children.
    That reads as alluding to a free service to me .

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