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This new infertility treatment could be less invasive and cheaper than IVF
 

This new infertility treatment could be less invasive and cheaper than IVF

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In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has helped infertile couples start families for more than 35 years. But while the technology has evolved, it remains an expensive, invasive process that can have significant side-effects.
 
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30 Aug 2016 - General
 
Maria Cristina Inserto IVF indeed has its inherent procedural disadvantages. I agree that the chances of failure is actually higher than success. Based on Western studies, the average succe...
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I do expect with the ever advancing technology that experiments like this would take place. I think that finding a way for a patient to lessen the frequency of her medications and trips to the doctor makes the patient more compliant and thus effects ...
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This is really spectacular news and I hope this becomes available soon. I know of people who would love to have children but cannot--and with the high cost of IVF, the impossibility is even more highlighted. I wonder how much "cheaper" this...
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This is great news, especially for women who had to sacrifice the chances of having a family in order to pursue their dreams *ahem*. I really hope that this technology will have comparable results to in vitro fertilisation. I have asked about the loc...
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