Research linking failed fertility therapy with heart issues decades later shouldn’t ‘alarm’ women

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In this photo taken Thursday, Aug. 14, 2013, an embryologist works on a petri dish at the Create Health fertility clinic in south London. Since the first test-tube baby was born more than three decades ago, in vitro fertilization has become a sophisticated process with pricey incubators, specialized techniques and extensive screening. Now, scientists are going back to basics and testing a simpler and cheaper method intended mainly for use in developing countries.

Canadian doctors say a new study linking inability to conceive through fertility treatments with possible heart issues later in life shouldn’t “alarm women who undergo fertility therapy.”


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