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Nearly half of women who became pregnant through in vitro fertilization (IVF) after age 40 say they were "shocked" to discover they needed fertility treatments, a new study finds. ...

In 2005, when he realized what his former colleague was attempting to do with stem cells, Dr. Bruce Conklin remembers thinking: better him than me. Yamanaka was indeed trying to manufacture stem ce...

New research suggests that stem cell transplants to treat certain brain and nervous system diseases such as multiple sclerosis may be moving closer to reality. One study found that experimental ste...

Nicole Lawson and her husband desperately wanted biological children, but in 2009, after several attempts to conceive through in vitro fertilization (IVF) ended in miscarriages, Lawson's mother...

In the age of celebrity baby bumps, it’s no surprise that infertility would make its way into the gossip magazines and on entertainment blogs. ...

The number of Americans undergoing advanced imaging tests has skyrocketed, increasing their exposure to radiation that may result in cancer later in life, a study found. ...

Hundreds of thousands of women at risk for irregular heart rhythms have a battery-powered, iPod-sized gadget embedded in their chests. The implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) can be a life...

MEDFORD, Mass., Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In a study that was presented at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's annual meeting in San Francisco, Biocell Center, the leader in amniotic flu...

Before getting two artificial disks to ease the grinding pain in his back, Wayne King asked prospective surgeons where they trained and how many disk replacements they had done....

The Medical Tourism Association's 1st annual conference, the World Medical Tourism & Global Health Congress was a tremendous success with over 850 attendees from over 45 countries and more than 53 exh...

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