When Louise Brown was born in Manchester, England, 30 years ago this week, she changed the world of reproductive science.
Brown, who now lives in Bristol, England, was the world's first test tube baby. At the time the process scared a lot of people, conjuring up images of science fiction movies and allusions to "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
There were fears these test tube babies would be outcasts, social pariahs or freaks.
Brown's life has dispelled all those fears. She is all grown...Full Story