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Researchers have found no increased risk of breast cancer among women who have undergone IVF, even after more than 20 years of follow up

A link between IVF and an increased risk of breast cancer has been a common concern because women are exposed to elevated levels of oestrodiol and progesterone during the ovarian stimulation stage of IVF treatment

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