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Standard IVF is fine for most people. So why are so many offered an expensive sperm injection they don't need?

By Robert Norman, Professor of Reproductive and Periconceptual Medicine, The Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide
Ben W. Mol, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monash University
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Our new study shows a widely used fertility treatment, known as ICSI, is no better than standard IVF for most people. Yet, it's being routinely offered around the world.

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