Using fertility drugs increases a woman’s risk of cancer.

About 1 in 16 babies born in the U.S. are conceived using fertility drugs that stimulate ovulation.

The problem is that studies linking fertility drugs to cancer go back and forth...and suffer from a variety of methodological problems.

Some experts are concerned about risk because fertility treatments result in incessant ovulation...and that’s been linked to ovarian and breast cancers.

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