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This Week in Fertility 3/08
Here's what you might have missed in fertility this week!
- New Option for Fertility after Cancer
- Court Orders Man to Pay for IVF Twins Conceived after Split
- Fertility Preservation for Women with Cancer
- Drug Stores To Begin Selling At-Home Male Fertility Tests
- In UK, IVF Denied to Smokers and Overweight Couples
- N.C. Couple Want Insurance Companies to Cover Fertility Treatment
- Infertility 'More Common Among Childhood Cancer Survivors'
- For Sex, Christmas Outdoes Valentine's Day
- Why a New IVF Technique Won't Help Boost Pregnancy Rates in the U.S.
- Ontario Fertility Raid Linked to U.S. Baby-Selling Scandal
- Karen Santorum Opens Up about Miscarriage
- Lesbian Custody Battle in Florida Could Redefine Law on Egg Donation, Sperm Donation
- Would-Be Moms Should Have Their Thyroids Checked, Experts Say
- 'Personhood' Hampers Fertility Procedures
- IVF Technology Helped Protect an Australian Child's Eyesight