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Cerebral Palsy and Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Allegations Update: Resource4thePeople Reports New Study Finds Cerebral Palsy, other Birth Defects Risk Increase with Assisted Conception
Date:7/27/2013

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2013

http://www.resource4thepeople.com/medicalmalpractice/cerebralpalsy-lawsuit.html

Resource4thePeople announced today that a newly released medical research study* has found that children who are conceived through assisted conception may be at higher risk of developing cerebral palsy or other birth defects.

The findings were reported in the May 5, 2013 edition of the New England Journal of Medicine based on the research of Australian medical experts based on over 300,000 births at two infertility birth clinics.

"This research shows yet another link to the development of cerebral palsy in infants," said Resource4thePeople. "Unfortunately for some families such a condition or other birth defects may also occur because of medical malpractice.

"We encourage any research into the cause or cure of any birth defect and in the meantime we will continue to provide parents who may be facing the prospect of paying huge amounts of medical costs to treat their children free consultations into what their legal options are to seek compensation in cases in which medical malpractice may have been involved."

The Australian study found that birth defects occurred more often when intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) was utilized for conception as opposed to spontaneous conception.

The study focused on couples who were having fertility problems and ICSI and vitro fertilization (IVF) were utilized to overcome male infertility problems by directly injecting a single healthy sperm into the egg.

"Although the prevalence of defects did not differ significantly between singletons and twins, twins were more likely to have respiratory conditions, and singletons were prone to multiple defects, congenital abnormaliti
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