First IVF-baby Louise Brown supports The Walking Egg Project
13th of April 2018
The ninth yearly congress of ISMAAR (The International Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction) was organised on the 12th and 13th of April at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London. A lot of attention went to the importance of cheap IVF-techniques.
The meeting was attended by the famous Louise Brown, the first IVF-baby in history. She celebrated her 40th birthday this year. Louise supported the Walking Egg Project and emphasized its importance for the democratization and globalization of affordable fertility treatments.
Photo: dinner in de ‘Palace of Westminster’ on Thursday the 12th of April with the team, intimately involved in the development of The Walking Egg Project
Fltr: prof. Chian (Shangai), prof. Patrizio (Yale University), prof. van Blerkom (University of Colorado), prof. Frydman (Paris), Louise Brown, prof. Willem Ombelet, prof. Nargund (President ISMAAR, London), prof. Harper (University College London) and prof. Lindenberg (Copenhagen).