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By Steve King
Topic - Michael Davies
Mark Burnett says reality TV shows don't have to be mean to work.
Test-tube babies have higher rates of birth defects, and doctors have long wondered: Is it because of certain fertility treatments or infertility itself? A large new study from Australia suggests both may play a role.
Beyond the entertainment value, Davies said viewers will get practical advice on how to apply and interview for jobs.
Couples could use simple IVF without sperm injection, freeze the embryos and implant only one or two at a time, he said.