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Aussies seek baby sexing in Thailand

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More than 100 Australian couples sought a special medical treatment in Thailand last year to select the gender of their next child - and the "fertility tourism" is rapidly growing. 

The in-vitro fertilisation procedure known as Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) is banned in Australia for ethical reasons.

But the "family balancing" service is available in Thailand is available at what a media report published Tuesday called a "clinic".

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