Children conceived by IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) or sperm injection have twice the risk of being born with a major birth defect.
New evidence now confirms suspicions that babies resulting from in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) have more birth defects than ordinary babies.
Doctors treating infertility due to failure to ovulate should rely exclusively on IVF. ...
Recombinant DNA technology - or gene engineering - has progressed dramatically in the past decade to the point where it now represents 98 per cent of all fertility drugs prescribed in the US.
Ever since Louise Brown, the first ever test-tube baby, came into the world in 1978, in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has become the first port of call for people having trouble conceiving. Since Louise’s birth,
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The low success rates of IVF don’t compete with that of a tiny British charity in Goldalming, Surrey, run by a feisty 70-year-old named Belinda Barnes.