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Rhode Island Fertility Doctor Says IVF and Cancer Not Linked
A Rhode Island fertility doctor, Jared Robins, who leads the fertility preservation program within the Center for Reproduction and Infertility at Women and Infants Hospital, says there is no scientific evidence that fertility treatments raise a woman's risk of developing cancer. Awareness of a possible link has grown since the recent announcement that E! News anchor Giuliana Rancic discovered she had breast cancer while undergoing in vitro fertilization therapy.