IVF Babies Likely To Develop Cancer & Suffer From Neurological
Millions of babies have been born via in vitro fertilization (IVF), and researchers are just starting to document some of the long-term health effects associated in early development. IVF babies are 65 percent more likely to develop leukemia and nearly 90 percent more likely to develop brain cancer. They are also at a significant risk of intellectual disabilities and neurological problems.
The ability to shift fertilization into a lab dish has revolutionized infertility treatment, and rewritten some of the basic tenets of reproduction. But does IVF make children more vulnerable to cancer and certain cognitive or other developmental issues? In the largest study to date looking at the connection between IVF procedures and neurological disorders, scientists found a significant risk of intellectual disabilities.
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