We remind all our readers that still had doubts that Louise Brown was born on July 25, 1978 and became the first baby in the world born by IVF. Louise's birth was the result of 12 years research by Dr. Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe.
In September 2004, Louise married the 37-year-old Wesley Mullinder, and in January 2007 was born their first child - a boy named Cameron. He was conceived naturally, and Louise had no problems with conception and pregnancy. Natalie – a sister of Louise - was the 40th child born by IVF in the UK. In November 1999, Natalie gave birth to a girl who was named Casey. Casey was the first child born by woman that was conceived via IVF. Thus the fears of a possible sterility of children conceived via IVF were dispelled. (BioNews)