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Kallen said possible reasons for the link include unidentified traits in the parents that might be related to infertility and cancer risks.
Absolute risks for cancer in these children are still very low, "far less than 1 percent," Falcone noted.
Dr. Elizabeth Ginsburg, medical director of the IVF program at Harvard's Brigham and Women's Hospital, said patients nonetheless should be counseled about the study results.
IVF information: http://bit.ly/aBFyva
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