IVF Failure Rate still at 70% despite Five Million Babies born

IVF: where’s all that grief going?

IVF: 'Where's all that grief going?'
There may be five million IVF success stories, but for many millions more women, the treatments have failed. So why do we never hear from them?

” …  if we look at the data from Europe, 77% of treatments fail. The Centre for Disease Control has it at 70% failure. But you never hear from the people who failed, which makes you think there’s something wrong with you. The reality is that the science is fragile. It is amazing that five million babies have been born because of IVF but there must be at least 10-to-15 million couples whose treatments have failed … ”

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by Zoe Williams, The Guardian, 27 Sept 2013

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