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For pregnancy or profit—motive for undergoing IVF may alter the experience

02:31 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

An individual's reason for undergoing a medical intervention—be it to prevent or treat disease, earn money, or have a child—may result in variations in the bodily experience of the patient, Yale researchers have found.

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