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By Terry Venderhaven

HOLLYWOOD, October 31, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Movie star Brooke Shields is pregnant with her second child. She already has a daughter with her husband, TV writer Chris Henchy, conceived by in-vitro fertilization. Presumably this second child is also an IVF baby, although news sources did not reveal this information.

Shields wrote about her experience of severe depression following the birth of Rowan Francis in 2003 in her book Down Came the Rain: My Journey Through Postpartum Depression. Australian researchers revealed in August that women who conceive through IVF are four times more likely to suffer from post-partum depression and early parenting difficulties as compared to women who conceive naturally.

IVF creates children outside of the loving union of a man and a woman. Furthermore, the lives of the embryonic children conceived by the IVF procedure are under severe threat since the latest statistics have revealed that over 85% of embryos transferred in the procedure die in the process. With over a million children having been born via IVF, that would amount to nearly six million embryonic children killed with the procedure.

See LifeSiteNews.com coverage of the loss of life and medical risks of IVF:
https://www.lifesitenews.com/features/invitro/
  Study: IVF Mothers More Prone to Postpartum Depression and Early Parenting Difficulties
https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2005/aug/05082504.html

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