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Written evidence from PROGAR to House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee Human Reproductive Technologies and the Law Ev 321-323 APPENDIX 40, June 2004

The Project Group on Assisted Reproduction of the British Association of Social Workers (PROGAR) is pleased to submit evidence to this Inquiry on a matter with which it has been involved for two decades.PROGAR was set up originally at the time of the Warnock Inquiry, taking forward work done by a predecessor group which had submitted evidence to that Inquiry on behalf of the British Association of Social Workers. That group and PROGAR both drew on the knowledge and expertise of social workers in the fields of infertility counselling, adoption and fostering, child care, family work and health care.