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    1. Experts Doubt Live, Normal Clone Possible

      Nov. 27, 2002 -- Human cloning doesn't stray far from the news. Fertility specialists and medical ethicists say the latest headlines only represent "public posturing" by Italian doctor Severino Antinori. Yesterday, Antinori -- a fertility specialist in Rome -- announced that he had cloned a healthy

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    2. New Year May Welcome a Cloned Baby

      Nov. 26, 2002 -- We may soon be able to drop the fiction aspect from the science fiction surrounding human cloning. A fertility specialist in Rome announced today he has cloned a healthy human embryo that will be born in January, according to published reports. The controversial doctor, Severino Ant

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    3. Sperm Quality Lower in Farming Areas

      -->Nov. 12, 2002 -- The quality of sperm differs dramatically around the country -- likely because of herbicides and fertilizers used in farming. Strong evidence -- the first of its kind -- shows that men living in rural areas have significantly lower-quality sperm than men living in urban areas. Th

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    4. A Hands-On Approach for Infertility

      Oct. 23, 2002 -- Stacy Virtue had all but given up the idea of having a baby when she sought help for constant pain from endometriosis a year and a half ago. She had been told she would never be able to get pregnant, and one doctor even recommended that the 27-year-old have a hysterectomy. "When I s

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    5. Old Sperm Die Hard

      Oct. 17, 2002 -- The biological clock may not tick as loudly for men as women, but a new study shows that the hand of time is also unkind to men when it comes to the quality of their sperm. For the first time, researchers have found that older men's immune systems do not get rid of defective sperm a

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    6. Fertility Treatment Kids Are Normal

      Oct. 16, 2002 -- As more couples turn to infertility technology, some doctors and parents have become concerned that these procedures may cause problems in the resulting children. But two new studies add to the growing evidence that those fears are unfounded. Fertilization is based on survival of th

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    7. IVF or Insemination in Early 40s?

      Aug. 9, 2002 -- A low-tech infertility treatment that costs thousands less than in vitro fertilization appears to be a reasonable treatment option for women in their early 40s who want to have a baby. Women struggling with infertility in their 40s are often told that in vitro fertilization offers th

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    8. Many Can Wait for Fertility Treatments

      July 5, 2002 -- Patience is not only a virtue parents try to instill in their children, but it's one that eager parents-to-be should also remember when trying to conceive. A new report shows many healthy couples grow concerned about fertility issues too quickly and may turn to assisted fertility tec

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    9. Male Smoking Hinders Reproduction

      July 2, 2002 -- Men who smoke lower their chances of becoming fathers, even when using artificial means to help their partners become pregnant. A new study shows the chances of an assisted reproductive technique failing are two to three times higher among smoking men compared with nonsmokers. "We wo

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    10. Gene Therapy Offers Hope to Infertile Men

      -->May 31, 2002 -- A new form of gene therapy may eventually help infertile men become fathers. Researchers say they were able to correct a common cause of male infertility by using the new technique in mice that previously couldn't produce sperm. The report appears in the May 28 issue of the Procee

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