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Some Fertility Treatments Produce More Boy Babies. Here’s Why

March 9, 2016

(STAT News) – Babies born by in vitro fertilization — when a woman’s egg is fertilized outside of her body and then implanted back into her uterus — skew more heavily male than babies conceived naturally. A study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences sheds light on why that happens.

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