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Research shows men risk missing out on children by delaying starting a family

Research 27 Jun 2017
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A study conducted by the Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University to better understand men's contributions to childbearing decisions and outcomes has found that men do not have a good understanding of how age affects fertility in both men and women.

In this article, Dr Karin Hammarberg, Senior Research Fellow at the Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University says men want to have children as much as women do, and they expect to have children, but many risk missing out by waiting too long. Read the full News Corp article.

Read more about the study Men's Knowledge and behaviours relating to fertility.