Founding Pioneers of IVF: Independent innovative researchers generating livebirths within 4 years of the first birth
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© 2018 Society for Biology of Reproduction & the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn In this 40th anniversary year of the first IVF live birth, it is pertinent to look at all those teams endeavouring to generate live births from this unique technology and who succeeded within 4 years of the first. There were 9 teams who achieved this and a further 3 who were successful soon after, by the end of 1982. This historical review is compiled by 2 authors who were actively engaged in the field of IVF at the time of the first birth and who have remained active in Reproductive Medicine throughout their professional lives. They bring intimate and relevant knowledge of those pioneer researchers from the early years who can be classified as the “Founding Pioneers” of IVF.
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