|In some cases, babies conceived from frozen embryos are healthier than children conceived through traditional IVF, research from Copenhagen University Hospital suggests.
A study carried out at the Danish institution found a higher birth weight and a lower risk of hereditary problems among babies born from frozen embryos.
Researchers compared 1,267 children born via frozen embryo replacement (FER) and 17,857 children born from 'fresh' embryos used in traditional IVF procedures - between 1995 and 2006.
A lower rate of multiple births was also found in FER births, as was a reduce number of premature babies.
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