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No increase in overall cancer risk from assisted conception (Dec 2013)

the lancet
Title:
No increase in overall cancer risk from assisted conception
Journal:
The Lancet Oncology, Volume 14, Issue 13, Page e589, December 2013
Author(s):
Holly Baker
 

 

Short description:
Results from a recent cohort study suggest that there is no increase in the overall risk of cancer in children born after assisted conception, without donor involvement.
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