Posted on July 25th, 2016by RMANY

Dr. Alan Copperman speaks to the Daily News on new study findings demonstrating women undergoing IVF treatment are not at a higher risk of developing breast cancer.

One less thing to worry about, moms and moms-to-be: Undergoing in vitro fertilization won't give you breast cancer.

Many women have worried that pumping themselves with extra hormones before IVF treatments to stimulate their ovaries has put them at risk for the Big C. That's because high estrogen and progesterone levels have been linked to the growth of certain breast cancers.

Read article here.

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