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the world's first test-tube baby ….Louise Brown

  Mr.Robert Edwards, , started working on IVF in the 1950s. He developed the technique, in which egg cells are fertilized outside the body and implanted in the womb, together with Patrick Steptoe, who died in 1988.
The story of in vitro fertilization – IVF is fascinating. Lesley Brown and her husband, John, had been unable to conceive for nine years. Lesley was diagnosed with bilateral fallopian tube obstruction. In 1976, she was referred to Dr. Patrick Steptoe. He recommended that she try a new experimental procedure that would bypass the fallopian tubes blockage completely.. 
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Lesley underwent a laparoscopy whereby a single mature egg was aspirated from one of her ovaries. John’s sperm was added to the egg in the laboratory under the direction of Robert G. Edwards. A few days later a developing embryo was placed into Lesley’s uterus 
At 11:47 p.m. July 25, 1978, Louise Joy Brown was delivered by cesarean section, becoming the first baby born through the groundbreaking procedure. She weighed five pounds 12 ounces and had blonde hair and blue eyes.

On December 20th, 2006, Louise gave birth to her own child, Cameron John Mullinder. She conceived without fertility treatment of any kind on the six month that she and her husband tried. The delivery was by cesarean section since the baby was breech 
Since the birth of the first test tube baby, Louise Brown, on July 25, 1978, some four million babies worldwide have been conceived by mixing eggs and sperm outside the body and returning the embryo to the womb to resume development.

The procedure overcomes many previously untreatable causes of infertility. The probability of an infertile couple taking home a baby after a cycle of IVF today is one in five, about the same that healthy couples have of conceiving naturally .