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Reducing the risks - or the chances?


 IVF clinics have been told that no more than 10% of births should be twins or triplets by regulators.

New rules designed to safeguard the health of mothers and babies are set to come into force in October. Read here for more details.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-16962468



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