Study ties fertility drugs, IVF to autism

05/20/2010 | HealthDay News

A study suggests that women with a history of infertility and those who took fertility drugs had a twofold greater chance of having a child with an autism spectrum disorder. A second study found that in vitro fertilization and preterm birth also were associated with an increased risk of autism.

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