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Test can predict success of IVF: U.S. report

U.S. researchers have developed a formula that can predict whether fertility treatment will succeed more accurately than using age alone, and used it to develop a commercial test. Full story

Study: Test-tube kids face increased cancer risk

A large study suggests a higher rate of childhood cancer among test-tube babies, but researchers say the reason probably has nothing to do with how the infants were conceived. Full story

Cancer risk slightly higher in IVF kids: study

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children and young adults who were conceived by in vitro fertilization (IVF) have a slightly increased risk of developing cancer, relative to those conceived naturally, researchers from Sweden reported Monday in the journal Pediatrics. Full story

Acupuncture fails to boost IVF success in study

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - While some studies have suggested that acupuncture might boost a woman's chances of becoming pregnant through in-vitro fertilization (IVF), new findings question whether there is a true benefit. Full story

Heavy women's miscarriage risk higher after IVF

Overweight women have a much higher risk of a miscarriage after having in-vitro fertilization compared with slim women, new research says. Full story

When might reducing a multiple pregnancy be beneficial?

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The fewer babies a pregnant woman carries, the more likely she is to bring a healthy one home from the hospital, suggests a new study. Full story

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