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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 February 2011

World's First Test Tube Baby Louise Brown

World's First Test Tube Baby Louise Brown

04 October 2010.

The World’s first test tube baby Louise Brown is delighted to hear that her pioneer Robert Edwards has made it to the Nobel Prize and has been awarded the coveted award for Medicine.

In a statement on Monday, Louise Brown was quoted as, “its fantastic news, me and mum are so glad that one of the pioneers of IVF (in Vitro fertilization) has been given the recognition he deserves”.

In 1978, it was via IVF that Louise Brown came to this world and also as a result of the groundbreaking endeavors of the two gynecologic surgeons Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe.

For nine years Louise’s parents Lesley and John BrownJohn Brown tried to have a child but due to blocked fallopian tubes were unable to have enjoyed parenthood. However, after undergoing Robert Edwards procedure they became father and mother to Louise who is 32 and has her own kids now via natural births.

This was followed by many countries including US,UK, India and Nepal etc.


Source: TracyJackson is based in Athens, Illinois, United States of America, and is Anchor for Allvoices.


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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 February 2011

The birth of Louise Brown, also coincided with the birth of (ALDU) Association of Lawyers for the Defence of the Unborn in London, by eight lawyers in May 1978, which has welled over thousands of members spread through out the world.

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N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     15 February 2011

The birth of ALDU also triggr the battle between the pro lifers and the terminators the abortionist, which the ALDU termed it as worst than Hitler Nazi regimes. The Law must move with the changing times with rapid progress in science including medical science, as such I would urged the members to Join ALDU.

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