Before you pin another ToldYaSo merit badge on your bad self, there boyscout...
HFEA experts believe parents should be told of the concerns associated with IVF - although they emphasised that not all the risks are fully understood and more research is needed.
The HFEA will also make clear that the majority of babies born by IVF are healthy.
Well DUH! Despite many advances in the science since the 1978 birth of Louise Joy Brown, the field is still in it's infantile stages (pardon the pun) in terms of research and development. As in any technique undergoing continued development and improvement, there will be less than perfect results. And certainly there will be some abuses or irresponsible applications of the practice.
Methinks it's a bit premature to throw a wet blanket over an important sector of health and science just because a small slice of an enormous and growing body of data happens to align with your own POV. Me-also-thinks it's more than a bit ironic that you label others as "know-alls." (who of course, "got it wrong again"). I call that strutting with one shoe. That alone is worth the price of admission omission.
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