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Increase in male partner’s age associated with decline in cumulative live birth rate, study finds

04:15 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | News-Medical.net

A new study of IVF couples, conducted in the USA, finds the effects of the age of male partners in cumulative live birth outcomes. The results clearly state that there can be a significant reduction in the chances of live births owing to the increased age of the male partner, also seen with certain younger female age groups whose age has less potency on the effects.

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