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  • Trevor Noah on the benefit of Trump's tweets

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  • Study points to IVF success chances

    Mothers-to-be who miscarry during the first round of IVF are more likely to have a baby with further treatment than those who did not get pregnant, researchers have said. The University of Aberdeen study looked at data for more than 100,000 women. The results showed that those who miscarried during the first cycle had a 40.9% chance of having a baby over two further cycles of IVF. There was a 30.1% chance for those who did not conceive in the first cycle. Offer reassurance And women who gave birth following their first full cycle of IVF had a 49% chance of giving birth again in subsequent IVF cycles. It is hoped the study can offer "reassurance" to those considering their options. The study -