Better Odds for Miracle Babies

Swiss-based Anecova's technique allows fertilization to take place in the uterus, resulting in stronger embryos than those created in vitro

Since 1978, when scientists announced the birth of Louise Brown, the first test-tube baby, many of the 80 million people around the world who struggle with infertility have turned to clinics hoping to re-create that miracle. Today, about 500,000 in vitro fertilization procedures are performed annually—but only 20% to 30% of them succeed.

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