Could IVF Become A Target After The Supreme Court’s Ruling On Roe v. Wade?

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As a number of states take steps toward a full ban on abortions after the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v. Wade, some doctors are concerned that fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization could be the next target. NBC News’ Antonia Hylton explains whether the court’s decision is impacting patients who are currently undergoing IVF treatments and whether doctors are worried that their work may soon become criminalized. 

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