Studies look at BPA's possible effects on reproductive system

11/14/2008 | Washington Post, The

Research indicates that bisphenol A could hurt the chances of successful in vitro fertilization, or the ability of embryos to attach to the uterus, according to a presentation this week at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in San Francisco. In another presentation at the conference, research found that BPA levels did not appear to affect semen quality in men. But two experts said the findings do not reach statistical significance.

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