The statements on the Panorama programme indicated that Mr Taranissi was offering "unecessary and unproven" treatments in his clinic. In the High Court statement, the HFEA said Mr Taranissi had done nothing wrong in offering these reproductive immunology treatments and that comments made on the programme were "not intended to suggest otherwise".
Of this treatment the HFEA said "some doctors genuinely believe that they offer benefits for their patients, and they are doing nothing wrong in providing such tests and treatments" The statement also confirmed the ARGC had the highest Live Birth Rate in the UK ( with or without his second clinic).
The HFEA said that they accepted that "Mr Taranissi was committed to providing the best possible outcome for his patients".
Angela McNab, the ex-chairman of the HFEA who took part in the Panorama programme, has been seconded to the Public Health department.
Mr Taranissi is continuing his libel action against BBC Panorama.
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