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Georgia Anti-Abortion Bill Would Require Investigations of Miscarriages

The Raw Story,  Feb 22, 2011
HB 1 Bill

Legislation recently introduced to the Georgia legislature by House Republican Bobby Franklin would make abortion the legal equivalent of murder and require miscarriages to be investigated by authorities. The bill, known as HB 1, was uncovered by the progressive blog The Daily Kos.

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How Efficient is IVF?

Michael J. Tucker, Ph.D., H.C.L.D., Scientific Director director of Georgia Reproductive Specialists, explains the efficiency of IVF - how many eggs and embryos it ultimately takes to make a baby. You need to have approximately 25 eggs to be able to make that one embryo that’s going to make a healthy baby.

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Study: In Vitro Patients More At Risk For Complications

CBS Atlanta,  Nov 29, 2010
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Researchers: In vitro increases high blood pressure risk

Women who use donor eggs to get pregnant by in vitro fertilization may be at higher risk for preeclampsia, according to a new study published in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Preeclampsia is a dangerous condition that occurs when a woman's blood pressure rises during pregnancy and her kidneys stop being able to retain protein.

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Stress, Infertility around the Holidays

Fox 5,  Nov 22, 2010
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Fertility doctor gives advice

Dr. Mark Perloe from Georgia Reproductive Specialists talked about stress and infertility around the holidays. He had tips for patients and those considering taking the first steps on their infertility journey.

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In Vitro a Lifeline for Many Georgians

Atlanta Journal-Constitution,  Oct 5, 2010
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One of first clinics was in Atlanta

When a British scientist was awarded the Nobel Prize on Monday for pioneering in vitro fertilization, a north Fulton County woman got chills.

Kim Saunders knew that had it not been for the work of Robert Edwards at Cambridge, she would not be taking a daughter to piano lessons that afternoon.

“I recalled Louise Brown being the first IVF baby, and I thought Audrey wouldn’t have even had this opportunity to live had it not been for the work he did,” said Saunders, whose daughter is 7.

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In GOP Runoff, Differences over IVF Restrictions

MSNBC.com,  Aug 5, 2010
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Georgia gubernatorial hopefuls differ over efforts to limit fertility treatments

ATLANTA — Republican gubernatorial hopefuls Karen Handel and Nathan Deal differ on whether they'd support efforts to limit fertility treatments in Georgia, an issue GOP legislators pushed just last year and is a priority for the state's largest anti-abortion group.

Handel, who underwent fertility treatments herself as she and her husband tried unsuccessfully to have children, said she would oppose any move to place restrictions on doctors and their patients.

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