Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Thinking more about 401(k) than IVF?

A trend story I've never seen before, adding another twist to the aging of the baby boomer -- a drop in in vitro fertilization even as the number of infertile couples grows, the Boston Globe reports: "But the growth rates of IVF (in vitro fertilization) are falling in part, specialists say, because of the aging of baby boomers: The youngest members of that great demographic wave are now in their 40s and starting to think more about their 401(k) than IVF."

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