IVF Babble

Louise Brown on the importance of World Fertility Day

When my mum gave birth to me in 1978 it brought to an end a nine year desire to have a baby of her own. She was bringing up my sister Sharon, who was my father’s child by a previous relationship. Some people...

When Louise meets Elizabeth: World’s first IVF baby to meet America’s first IVF baby

Louise Brown, the world’s first IVF baby will meet Elizabeth Jordan Carr, the first IVF person born in the USA for the first time in June The historic meeting will take place on stage at the Midwest...

Louise Brown, first test tube baby speaks of sadness at NHS cuts to IVF

July 1978 saw the first baby ‘conceived’ in a petri dish. That baby was Louise Brown, our wonderful columnist, now 39, and a mother herself to two children. Louise spoke out recently about the ‘devastating’...

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