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Study: IVF does not increase cancer risk in children

A new British study finds children born through in vitro fertilization are not at an increased risk of cancer in childhood. Researchers at University College London studied more th... More A new British study finds children born through in vitro fertilization are not at an increased risk of cancer in childhood. Researchers at University College London studied more than 100,000 children born through non-donor IVF between 1992 and 2008. They found 108 cancer cases compared to 109 in children born naturally. Tina Kraus reports. Less

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