The Fertility Business

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The number of women over forty undergoing fertility treatment in Australia has almost tripled over the last decade. This is good news for the fertility industry, which has an annual revenue of over half a billion dollars and a financial incentive to increase procedures. But when a woman over forty-three has only a 3% chance of success per initiated cycle, which cost $8000 each, are they being sold a life-changing opportunity, or false hope? When medicine becomes big business, do people give way
to profits?

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