London Fertility Show asks what 40 years of IVF means to you?

In the 40th anniversary year of the revolution of IVF treatment, organisers of the London Fertility Show are asking what IVF means to you

Over the summer months and to mark the 40th birthday of Louise Brown, the world’s first IVF baby, the show has been asking experts and industry influencers to give their thoughts on what IVF means to them.

Just some of the comments have come from the team at Fertility Network UK, author Jessica Hepburn, the consultants at the Lister Clinic and Sarah Norcross, of the Progress Education Trust.

Our very own Tracey Bambrough and Sara Marshall-Page also give their opinions on what this significant year means to them.

Tracey said of the 40 year anniversary: “Every day we look at our beautiful IVF children and pinch ourselves. We will be forever thankful and in awe of the genius of Steptoe and Edwards. Their brilliance has changed lives and revolutionised the path to parenthood.”

This year IVF babble has joined forces with the Fertility Show and Fertility Network UK to host the Babble Lounge, a place to go for peaceful reflection or quiet time.

Sara said: “Joining forces with The Fertility Show means our community can only
grow stronger, offering you even more advice, comfort and support. We will be
waiting for you with open arms in the Babble Lounge. We can’t wait to meet
you.”

To read, watch and listen to the inspirational reasons of what IVF means to many fertility experts and influencers, click here

To book tickets for the Fertility Show London, celebrating its tenth birthday in 2018, click here.

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