No link between IVF-assisted conception and school-age childhood development outcomes, study says

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A comprehensive study of more than 400,000 children—with over 11,000 conceived via in-vitro fertilization (IVF)—has found no link between IVF conception and adverse developmental outcomes for school-age children.

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