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Presents an annotated transcript of the first lecture describing the development of IVF, leading to Louise Brown's birth, along with reminiscences of attendees at the 1979 event. Current and future implications of advances in IVF are also explored, examining the medical and scientific possibilities and ethical issues that may arise.

Produktbeschreibung
Presents an annotated transcript of the first lecture describing the development of IVF, leading to Louise Brown's birth, along with reminiscences of attendees at the 1979 event. Current and future implications of advances in IVF are also explored, examining the medical and scientific possibilities and ethical issues that may arise.
Autorenporträt
Fiona Kisby Littleton has Masters' degrees and a Ph.D. in Education, History and Musicology from King's College, University College London Institute of Education and Royal Holloway College in the University of London. She was a British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Royal Holloway College and is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Initially producing publications on Tudor England, her research interests and publication activity have widened considerably over the years and have most recently focused on the history and contents of curricula and textbooks in British schools, fertility education and the history of IVF.