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08 July 2011

UK baby game draws fire

A controversial IVF lottery will launch in Britain, giving prospective parents the chance to win thousands of pounds towards expensive fertility treatments in top clinics.

A controversial IVF lottery will launch in Britain this month giving prospective parents the chance to win thousands of rands towards expensive fertility treatments in top clinics.

Every month, winners can scoop R267 253, 41 of tailor-made treatments at one of the UK's top five fertility clinics for the price of a R200 ticket bought online. The tickets may eventually be sold at newsstands.

 
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