Study ties IVF, fertility treatments to autism

05/20/2010 | HealthDay News

A study suggests that women who took fertility drugs or used in vitro fertilization put their children at a higher risk of autism spectrum disorder. An autism specialist, however, said the finding does not mean all children conceived through IVF or ovulation-inducing medicines end up with autism.

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