Doctors have raised the alarming thought that those women who take large quantities of fertility drugs (part of IVF treatment) are actually adversely affecting the quality of eggs produced and the chance of getting pregnant itself. There are chances that these drugs could increase the risk of cancer and have other life endangering complications. Moreover, the treatment as a result is very expensive. There will be a fertility conference this month, (also attended by the inventor of IVF, Bob Edwards,) at the International Society of Natural Cycle Assisted Reproduction (ISNAR) in London. It will attempt to inform and enlighten the IVF treatment centers, encouraging them to increase research and reduce the dosage of drugs to minimal levels, to increase the chances of conception.