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A new study looking into whether acupuncture is useful in helping women undergoing IVF treatment to get pregnant has concluded that acupuncture has no effect on the success rate. After comparing real acupuncture to fake acupuncture and doing nothing, the pregnancy success rates were the same in all three groups. BBC News report (8th July 2008)