MP3: IVF specialists hit back at Four Corners story on fertility industry

01.06.2016

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IVF specialists hit back at Four Corners story on fertility industry MP3

There are calls for greater regulation of the IVF industry following last night's Four Corners story about the dismally low success rates of fertility treatment in women aged over 40. Medical legal experts and some of the pioneers of the IVF technology last night issued warnings about the proliferation of so-called 'snake-oil' treatments within fertility clinics. Today, fertility specialists have hit back, saying Aus... Source: abc.net.au

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