The Ten thousandth child has been born via in vitro fertilisation (IVF) in Kazakhstan.
A woman who underwent fertility treatment at a clinic in Rome became pregnant with the twins of another couple after their embryos were mixed up, press reports said.
The world's tiny but hugely successful Zoroastrian community will confront a demographic crisis which threatens its very existence when it gathers en masse in its spiritual home of Mumbai this week.
A Chinese woman had twin girls at the age of 60 following IVF treatment after her only child died, making her possibly the oldest person in the country to give birth, state media reported Tuesday.
600 quotas for in-vitro fertilization (IVF) were allocated for 350 thousand infertile families in Kazakhstan in 2013.
700 vitro fertilization (IVF) quotas have been provided by Kazakhstan government in 2013.
In-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has given the world about five million new people since the first test tube baby was born in England 34 years ago.
3rd International Workshop Conference on reproductive medicine was held in Astana on October 28.
350 quotas issued by Kazakhstan government for in vitro fertilization this year will start to be distributed in July.
Up to 3 thousand reproductively-challenged patients apply to the Institute of Reproductive Medicine annually. 2 thousand of them get IVF.
- Ministry of Healthcare
- Asia Pacific
- one-child policy
- in vitro fertilization
- Great Britain
- Institute of Reproductive Medicine