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A congressional bill aimed at abortion could impact the legality of in-vitro fertilization. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

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Freezing your eggs -- the costs and other realitiesupdated: Thu Oct 06 2011 12:54:00

When Dr. Rachel Wellner got a text from her brother Tuesday night that his wife was in labor, she was speaking at a fancy charity event for breast cancer research. As soon as her speech was over, she raced in her evening gown to Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan to watch her nephew, Lincoln Jacob Wellner, come into the world. Octomom's Fertility Doc Slammed by Colleaguesupdated: Wed Oct 21 2009 08:07:00

Dr. Michael Kamrava was expelled from a reproductive group for "a pattern of failing to uphold [ethical] standards"

Medical society boots doctor who did IVF in Suleman octuplets caseupdated: Mon Oct 19 2009 16:45:00

The doctor who implanted six embryos in octuplets' mother Nadya Suleman last year has been expelled from a fertility medical society, a spokesman for the group said.

Fertility clinic to couple: You got the wrong embryosupdated: Tue Sep 22 2009 17:02:00

On a cold morning in February, 10 days after undergoing in vitro fertilization, Carolyn Savage lay in bed at her Ohio home waiting for the results of her pregnancy test.

Commentary: Are eight babies more than enough?updated: Wed Feb 04 2009 14:09:00

The birth of octuplets to a California woman last week raised a boatload of issues that can distract us from the central ethical question posed by the case: How do we take children's well-being into account in reproductive medicine?

How to have a baby when it's not so simpleupdated: Fri Aug 08 2008 10:39:00

Pamela Madsen knows a thing or two about getting pregnant. She did it twice, and it took several teams of doctors, six rounds of artificial insemination, six rounds of daily injected drugs, and four rounds of in-vitro fertilization.

Insider's guide: Freezing eggsupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 06:05:00

Some IVF clinics came under fire this week for marketing egg-freezing services to young women who may want to postpone motherhood until they are ready.

Living longer, and generational health concernsupdated: Mon Apr 24 2006 10:09:00

It's a plain fact that Americans are living longer than ever before. Life expectancy is now at a record 77.6 years.

More babies, more everythingupdated: Tue Jun 14 2005 09:37:00

Having already given birth to two girls, Soledad O'Brien was ready for another addition to her family last winter. Yet she and her husband, Brad, were in for a surprise when, several months into her most recent pregnancy, her doctor told her she had not one, but two babies, on the way.

Study finds estrogen alone is risky, tooupdated: Tue Mar 02 2004 08:22:00

The federal government is halting a large study looking at the use of estrogen because the hormone replacement appears to have no impact on heart disease and may even cause adverse health effects, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday.

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