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December 18, 2006



replace IVF with 'harvesting the raw materials for stem cell research' in this post and all the same questions follow, but with a more mercenary motivation on the part of the guinea pig

Francine Calabrese

I have been just diagnosed with breast cancer and between the age of 42-44 I did 3 cycles of Invitro. There is no history of breast cancer in my family, however my mother had it at the age of 70 due to hormone replacement thearpy. I am now 45 and do believe that it is linked to IVF.

miss kelly

Francine, my thoughts and prayers are with you, this is such a frightening thing to face. I hope that the cancer was caught relatively early. Just keep demanding aggressive treatment, and keep fighting, kicking and screaming all the way. God bless you and may He take care of you at this time of need.

Sr. Maria

I know a woman with two children conceived through IVF, they are now 19 and 14 years old. Their mother had breast cancer three years ago and recovered, now it is back again and she will undergo a double masectomy. I can't help thinking the cancer is related to the IVF! If you could send me any more medical info on this topic, I would appreciate it. Thank you!


interesting that this can be related...I know this has nothing to do with your blog, but since I found this post very interesting and useful I want to ask. I'm a man that had hormone problems, so I went to a treatment. But after this treatment I start having ED problems, so I start buying Generic Viagra, i does help me a lot, but I would like to know if it could be related???

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