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Cheaper Conception: Low Cost IVF Treatments

August 22, 2013
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A new fertility treatment developed by doctors in Belgium may reduce in vitro fertilization costs from thousands of dollars to less than $300. Although it may not work for everyone, doctors and patients are optimistic.

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