Study: Children conceived through IVF score well on academic tests

09/24/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Conception by in vitro fertilization does not have any detrimental effects on a child's cognitive development or intelligence, according to data from a study of test scores for Iowa children ages 8 to 17. Researchers said children conceived by IVF scored higher than their peers in tests for reading, language, math and vocabulary.

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