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Infertility Research - Landmarks

In 1978, the first human named Louise Brown was born usinf In-vitro Fertilization.

In 1989, the first pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) was performed.

In 1990s, genetic disorders like Sickle-cell anaemia, Tay-Sachs disease and Duchenne's muscular dystrophy were succesfully detected using PGD.

In 2000, the first saviour sibling child was born.

In 2010,  lab-dish embryo was developed by British scientists whose mitochondrial DNA was from a donor and remaining DNA was from biological parents.

In 2013, Connor, the first baby was born whose chromosomes were tested for abnormalities, the aim was to have the finest embryo for implantation.

In 2015,  British parliament voted on if embryos having donor mitochondrial DNA should be approved or not..



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