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Failed Fertility Treatments Are Linked to Higher Heart Risks

March 14th, 2017 by ddavanport

A new study found that women who had failed IVF cycles (did not get pregnant) were at increased risk of developing heart disease (stroke, heart failure or other cardiovascular event) later in life. The health issues were mainly seen in the first five year after treatment, but n this study the women were only followed Read more...

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