“Professor Geeta Nargund, head of reproductive medicine at St George’s Hospital in south London, voiced her concerns at a conference in Copenhagen.

She said there was increasing evidence that the standard method of IVF used in Britain, which involves stimulating the ovaries with high doses of drugs to produce large numbers of eggs for harvesting, was damaging to women’s health and caused chromosomal abnormalities to resulting embryos, a newspaper reported.”

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