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Fertility treatment babies prone to 'serious defects' (Yahoo)

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Default Fertility treatment babies prone to 'serious defects' (Yahoo)

Children conceived with the aid of fertility treatments are more likely to be born with serious physical defects, according an Australian study published on Saturday.




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