IVF clinics put on notice for misleading claims

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IVF clinics have been put under the microscope by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.

The regulator has warned IVF clinics about selective reporting of success rates and using medical jargon in advertising that could confuse the average person.

The warning has been welcomed by industry bodies who agree that reform in advertising of IVF is necessary.

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Monday, November 28 2016
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Featured in storySarah Court, ACCC CommissionerMichael Chapman, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the School of Women's & Children's Health and Board Member at the Fertility Society of Australia
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