Fertility treatment does not elevate women's cardiovascular risk

07/31/2013 | Reuters

Canadian researchers analyzed data involving 1.2 million women who gave birth, including around 7,000 women who used fertility treatments, and found that the fertility therapy group had lower rates of death and heart problems over the next decade compared with those who did not get hormone injections. The researchers do not believe the lower death risk is a direct result of fertility treatment. The study was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

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