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Fears About IVF and Cancer May Be Unfounded

(Washington Post) – Women who undergo in vitro fertilization to have a baby have enough to worry about without fretting about a possible increase in their risk for breast cancer. This week they got good news: The biggest study of its kind found IVF didn’t increase women’s chances of developing the disease. And that was just the latest bit of reassurance about the connection — or lack of one — between cancer and IVF.

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