IVF success rates measured in years

Two thirds of women under 40 starting fertility treatment will have a baby within five years, a large-scale study has found.

There is continuing debate on how to best measure the "success" of fertility treatment, but the authors of a large study in Denmark claim they've been able to provide couples with a "reliable" long-term predictor of success - based on years, not on IVF treatment cycles.

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