Most fertility clinics break the rules
AP/Yahoo News, February 23, 2009
The furor over Nadya Suleman and her octuplets has brought scrutiny to U.S. fertility clinics and how well they observe the guidelines, which are purely voluntary. Fewer than 20% of U.S. clinics follow professional guidelines on how many embryos should be used for younger women. The controversy had led to talk of passing laws to regulate clinics, something that has already been done in Western Europe.
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