IVF slightly raises cancer risk, study says

07/19/2010 | Reuters

A Swedish study found children and young adults conceived by in vitro fertilization had a slightly higher risk of cancer compared with those conceived naturally. The study in Pediatrics found the increased risk probably did not come from the IVF procedure but rather from other factors, such as a tendency toward premature birth and respiratory problems at birth.

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