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Assisted Fertilization Risks May Be Due to Infertility

...al age babies, and preterm delivery, did not differ among infants of women who had conceived both spontaneously and after assisted fertilization," Dr. liv Bente and colleagues concluded in a news release. "The adverse outcomes of assisted fertilization that we noted compared with those in the general pop...

Prostitutes Fume as Norway Bids to Criminalise Sex Purchases

... ineffective. "The law will end street prostitution but it won't stop women from working indoors or from going abroad" to work as prostitutes, liv Jessen, director of the Pro Centre, an Oslo-based support group for prostitutes, told AFP. It is estimated that about 40 percent of prostituti...

Link Established—Assisted Fertilization Can Complicate Pregnanc

...ith natural conception. Mothers who conceived both naturally and through ART had a threefold increased risk. According to study author, Dr. liv Bente Romundstad, department of obstetrics and gynecology at St. Olavs University Hospital in Trondheim, "What this means in absolute terms is that, a...

Gates Foundation to donate USD 104 million to TB Alliance

...g treatment is not completed or drug supply is interrupted, multi-drug resistant forms of TB can emerge. In addition, TB is a leading killer of people liv ing with HIV/AIDS, but current TB treatment cannot easily be combined with the anti-retrovirals used to treat HIV. 'We are very grateful for this...

Placenta Praevia Associated With IVF Pregnancy

...ng to this research it is for the first time that placenta praevia has been directly linked to the reproductive techniques says the lead researcher Dr liv Bente Romundstad. But still the underlying mechanism causing the placenta praevia is not clear. The researchers are asking the fertility clinics to re...
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