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Men born by ‘ICSI’ fertility procedure may struggle to have babies

(Reuters Health) - Boys conceived through a common type of in vitro fertilization procedure may produce less sperm and experience more struggles with fertility than peers born the old fashioned way, a recent study suggests.
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