EXPERIMENTAL IN VITRO FERTILITY OPTION MAY BE SAFER, CHEAPER
Last June, after a week of fertility-drug shots, Christine Mozes' ovaries went
into overdrive, literally bursting with eggs ripening in their watery sacs.
If she were to have taken the full course of drugs, her hyperstimulated ovaries
could have triggered life-threatening breathing problems, kidney failure, and
blood clots. George Taliadouros, her avuncular physician at Delaware Valley
Institute of Fertility and Genetics in Marlton, N.J., cut off the treatment
she needed to get pregnant.
Monterey County Herald