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CHINA-LGBT/CHILDREN
RTX6JBWZ 
December 20, 2018 
Heads turn when An Hui and Ye Jianbin walk down a street in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with their triplets,... 
Shenzhen, China 
The Wider Image: LGBT parents challenge stereotypes in China 
Heads turn when An Hui and Ye Jianbin walk down a street in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with their triplets, who were conceived with help from a human egg donor and a surrogate mother. People are mostly curious about their unconventional family, said An, adding that it was not always the case in China where gay couples have long battled conservative Confucian values. The two men wanted a family and began exploring the option of in vitro fertilisation (IVF), with help from a human egg donor and a surrogate mother. In 2014, a Thai woman gave birth in Hong Kong to three boys Ð An Zhizhong, An Zhiya and An Zhifei - who were conceived using human eggs provided by a German fashion model, according to An. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "LGBT TRIPLETS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CHINA-LGBT/CHILDREN 
FRANCE-BIOETHICS/LAW
RTS22QQ6 
September 25, 2018 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with... 
Paris, France 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with... 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with fertility assistance during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 25, 2018. France's highest bioethics body announced that Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann 
FRANCE-BIOETHICS/LAW
RTS22QP5 
September 25, 2018 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with... 
Paris, France 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with... 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with fertility assistance during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 25, 2018. France's highest bioethics body announced that Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann 
FRANCE-BIOETHICS/LAW
RTS22QOO 
September 25, 2018 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with... 
Paris, France 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with... 
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with fertility assistance during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 25, 2018. France's highest bioethics body announced that Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann 
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS1A0Q 
September 15, 2015 
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization... 
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS1A0N 
September 15, 2015 
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization... 
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS19ZE 
September 15, 2015 
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed... 
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS19X5 
September 15, 2015 
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo... 
San Jose, Costa Rica 
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing... 
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. The banner reads "Why fight against abortion? One possible solution, do not kill. Give them to us and we will take care of them. Because I have the right to be born". REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
Fashion
Fashion 
Elton John Slams D&G Over IVF Criticism - 17 Mar 2015 
7 PICTURES 
THAILAND-SURROGACY/
RTR43N6C 
August 25, 2014 
A woman, identified by police as a surrogate mother, testifies at Lumpini Police Station in Bangkok August... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A woman, identified by police as a surrogate mother, testifies at Lumpini Police Station in Bangkok 
A woman, identified by police as a surrogate mother, testifies at Lumpini Police Station in Bangkok August 25, 2014. The woman is one among five women who have reported themselves to the police since Saturday (August 23) to give testimony for the case involving a Japanese man suspected of fathering at least 15 babies with surrogate mothers, while seven more are yet to be summoned, police said. A Thai doctor who performed in vitro fertilisation (IVF) for women involved in the surrogate baby business, dubbed "baby factory", has agreed to turn himself in, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY LAW) 
THAILAND-SURROGACY/
RTR43N6A 
August 25, 2014 
A woman, identified by police as a surrogate mother, leaves after testifying at Lumpini Police Station... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
A woman, identified by police as a surrogate mother, leaves after testifying at Lumpini Police Station... 
A woman, identified by police as a surrogate mother, leaves after testifying at Lumpini Police Station in Bangkok August 25, 2014. The woman is one among five women who have reported themselves to the police since Saturday (August 23) to give testimony for the case involving a Japanese man suspected of fathering at least 15 babies with surrogate mothers, while seven more are yet to be summoned, police said. A Thai doctor who performed in vitro fertilisation (IVF) for women involved in the surrogate baby business, dubbed "baby factory", has agreed to turn himself in, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY LAW) 
INDIA/
RTX146FN 
October 10, 2013 
Surrogate mothers rest inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center... 
ANAND, India 
Surrogate mothers rest inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center... 
Surrogate mothers rest inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 22, 2013. Makwana, who has two children of her own, is acting as a surrogate for a U.S. couple. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
INDIA/
RTX146FJ 
October 10, 2013 
Madhu Makwana (L), 35, who is a first time surrogate mother, combs her hair as she gets ready for a baby... 
ANAND, India 
Makwana, who is a first time surrogate mother, combs her hair as she gets ready for a baby shower ceremony... 
Madhu Makwana (L), 35, who is a first time surrogate mother, combs her hair as she gets ready for a baby shower ceremony inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 22, 2013. Makwana, who has two children of her own is acting as a surrogate for a U.S. couple. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
INDIA/
RTX146F7 
October 10, 2013 
Doctor Harsha Bhadarka, an embryologist, works inside a lab belonging to Akanksha IVF center in Anand... 
ANAND, India 
Doctor Bhadarka, an embryologist, works inside a lab belonging to Akanksha IVF center in Anand town 
Doctor Harsha Bhadarka, an embryologist, works inside a lab belonging to Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 24, 2013. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
INDIA/
RTX146F6 
October 10, 2013 
Surrogate mothers attend a class on beauty skills from their teacher (R) inside a temporary home for... 
ANAND, India 
Surrogate mothers attend a class on beauty skills from their teacher inside a temporary home for surrogate... 
Surrogate mothers attend a class on beauty skills from their teacher (R) inside a temporary home for surrogate mothers provided by Akanksha IVF center in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 24, 2013. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
INDIA/
RTX146EO 
October 10, 2013 
Rekha Patel (L), 42, from Britain, cares for her week-old-baby girl Gabriella, inside a hotel room in... 
ANAND, India 
Patel from Britain, cares for her week-old-baby girl Gabriella, inside a hotel room in Anand town 
Rekha Patel (L), 42, from Britain, cares for her week-old-baby girl Gabriella, inside a hotel room in Anand town, about 70 km (44 miles) south from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 27, 2013. Gabriella was carried and delivered by an Indian surrogate mother Naina Patel. REUTERS/Mansi Thapliyal (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
RTX11HH3 
July 09, 2013 
SCIENCE-FERTILITY/ - Illustrated fact box comparing conventional in-vitro fertilisation with the low-cost... 
Singapore, Singapore 
SCIENCE-FERTILITY/ C 
SCIENCE-FERTILITY/ - Illustrated fact box comparing conventional in-vitro fertilisation with the low-cost version developed by Belgian doctors. (SIN02) 
ASIA-IVF/
RTX10M42 
June 13, 2013 
An embryologist carries-out a sample preparation process at Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre inside... 
Mohali, India 
An embryologist carries-out a sample preparation process at Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre inside... 
An embryologist carries-out a sample preparation process at Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre inside the Fortis hospital at Mohali in the northern Indian state of Punjab, June 13, 2013. A looming crisis in Asia as women delay giving birth, leading to low fertility rates that have dire implications for economic growth, is opening huge opportunities for the fast-growing in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) industry. India is currently dominated by Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre, part of the country's No.2 hospital chain Fortis Healthcare Ltd, and a joint venture with Spain's IVI Max Reproductive Medicine and part of healthcare group Max India Ltd.
REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
ASIA-IVF/
RTX10M40 
June 13, 2013 
A nurse works on a micromanipulator machine (used for fertilization) at Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF... 
Mohali, India 
A nurse works on a micromanipulator machine at Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre inside the Fortis... 
A nurse works on a micromanipulator machine (used for fertilization) at Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre inside the Fortis hospital at Mohali in the northern Indian state of Punjab June 13, 2013. A looming crisis in Asia as women delay giving birth, leading to low fertility rates that have dire implications for economic growth, is opening huge opportunities for the fast-growing in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) industry. India is currently dominated by Fortis Bloom Fertility and IVF Centre, part of the country's No.2 hospital chain Fortis Healthcare Ltd, and a joint venture with Spain's IVI Max Reproductive Medicine and part of healthcare group Max India Ltd.
REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
POLAND-RELIGION/
RTR398Y8 
October 17, 2012 
Catholics take part in a mass before a march against government policies organized by main right-wing... 
Warsaw, United Kingdom 
Catholics take part in a mass before a march against government policies in Warsaw 
Catholics take part in a mass before a march against government policies organized by main right-wing opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) and Solidarnosc trade union in Warsaw September 29, 2012. Society in Poland is changing and with it, the relationship between the Polish people and the Catholic church. In this country where, since the end of Communist rule, prime ministers have sought the blessing of the church before making important decisions, Catholicism is losing its influence. Opinion polls show that the number of people who go to church or pray regularly is in decline. And now a series of initiatives - on in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), ending state subsidies for the church, and homosexuality - is challenging Catholicism's role at the heart of the state. The banner reads, "Free media, Free Poland". Picture taken on September 29, 2012. To match story POLAND-RELIGION/ REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: RELIGION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
POLAND-RELIGION/
RTR398Y7 
October 17, 2012 
Catholic believers take part in a mass at the Temple of Divine Providence in Warsaw September 30, 2012.... 
Warsaw, Poland 
Catholic believers take part in a mass at the Temple of Divine Providence in Warsaw 
Catholic believers take part in a mass at the Temple of Divine Providence in Warsaw September 30, 2012. Society in Poland is changing and with it, the relationship between the Polish people and the Catholic church. In this country where, since the end of Communist rule, prime ministers have sought the blessing of the church before making important decisions, Catholicism is losing its influence. Opinion polls show that the number of people who go to church or pray regularly is in decline. And now a series of initiatives - on in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), ending state subsidies for the church, and homosexuality - is challenging Catholicism's role at the heart of the state. Picture taken September 30, 2012. To match story POLAND-RELIGION/ REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: RELIGION) 
POLAND-CHURCH/
RTR398Y2 
October 17, 2012 
Children pray during a religious lesson in a public elementary school in Warsaw October 4, 2012. Society... 
Warsaw, Poland 
Children pray during a religious lesson in a public elementary school in Warsaw 
Children pray during a religious lesson in a public elementary school in Warsaw October 4, 2012. Society in Poland is changing and with it, the relationship between the Polish people and the Catholic church. In this country where, since the end of Communist rule, prime ministers have sought the blessing of the church before making important decisions, Catholicism is losing its influence. Opinion polls show that the number of people who go to church or pray regularly is in decline. And now a series of initiatives - on in-vitro fertilisation (IVF), ending state subsidies for the church, and homosexuality - is challenging Catholicism's role at the heart of the state. Picture taken October 4, 2012. To match story POLAND-CHURCH/ REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: RELIGION EDUCATION) 
POLAND-BISHOPS/IVF
RTXTV9V 
October 26, 2010 
Details of children born after in vitro fertilization procedure (IVF) are seen on the board at Novum... 
Warsaw, Poland 
Details of children born after in vitro fertilization procedure are seen on the board at Novum clinic... 
Details of children born after in vitro fertilization procedure (IVF) are seen on the board at Novum clinic in Warsaw October 26, 2010. Bishops of Poland's influential Roman Catholic Church have branded in vitro fertilization (IVF) "the younger sister of eugenics" in a letter aimed at swaying lawmakers ahead of a parliamentary debate. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: RELIGION HEALTH) 
POLAND-BISHOPS/IVF
RTXTV94 
October 26, 2010 
Doctor Katarzyna Koziol injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure... 
Warsaw, Poland 
Doctor Katarzyna Koziol injects sperm directly into an egg during IVF procedure called Intracytoplasmic... 
Doctor Katarzyna Koziol injects sperm directly into an egg during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure called Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) at Novum clinic in Warsaw October 26, 2010. Bishops of Poland's influential Roman Catholic Church have branded in-vitro fertilization (IVF) "the younger sister of eugenics" in a letter aimed at swaying lawmakers ahead of a parliamentary debate. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: HEALTH RELIGION) 
ROMANIA MOTHER
RTR189K4 
January 16, 2006 
Adriana Iliescu, 67, holds her one-year daughter Eliza-Maria in her apartment in Bucharest, Romania January... 
Bucharest, Romania 
World's oldest recorded woman to give birth holds her daughter Eliza-Maria in her apartment in Bucharest... 
Adriana Iliescu, 67, holds her one-year daughter Eliza-Maria in her apartment in Bucharest, Romania January 16, 2006. Doctors said one year ago that the then-66-year old Romanian woman was the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as 'selfish', and which stirred debate in the local media. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA MOTHER
RTR189EC 
January 16, 2006 
Adriana Iliescu, 67, holds her one-year daughter Eliza-Maria in her apartment in Bucharest, Romania,... 
Bucharest, Romania 
World's oldest recorded woman to give birth holds her daughter Eliza-Maria in Bucharest 
Adriana Iliescu, 67, holds her one-year daughter Eliza-Maria in her apartment in Bucharest, Romania, January 16, 2006. Doctors said one year ago that the then-66-year old Romanian woman was the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as 'selfish', and which stirred debate in the local media. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA
RTRKVUA 
January 18, 2005 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds news conference... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds news ... 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds news conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, answers questions during a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest, Romania, January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. Word at top background 'orice' means 'anything'. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA
RTRKVTH 
January 18, 2005 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds a news conference... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds a news ... 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds a news conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, answers questions during a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest, Romania, January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA
RTRKVT4 
January 18, 2005 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a press... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a ...... 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a press conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, gestures during a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest, Romania, January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA
RTRKVRW 
January 18, 2005 
Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria enters to a press conference... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria enters to a press ...... 
Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria enters to a press conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, is surrounded by the media as she enters to a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest, Romania, January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger donors, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA
RTRKVRR 
January 18, 2005 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a press... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a ...... 
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a press conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, answers questions during a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. Word "Viata" in the background translates "Life". REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
ROMANIA
RTRKVQZ 
January 18, 2005 
Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a press... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a ...... 
Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria gestures during a press conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, gestures during a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest, Romania, January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger donors, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel 
BRITAIN IVF
RTR4167 
October 01, 2003 
British women Lorraine Hadley (L) and Natallie Evans face the media
outside the High Court after a judge... 
United Kingdom of Great Britain 
LORRAINE HADLEY AND NATALLIE EVANS APPEAR BEFORE MEDIA OUTSIDE HIGH
COURT IN LONDON. 
British women Lorraine Hadley (L) and Natallie Evans face the media
outside the High Court after a judge ruled against them in their battle
to save their frozen embryos, in London, October 1, 2003. The women had
asked the court to allow them to complete the in vitro fertilisation
(IVF) treatment they started with their former partners, saying this
represented their only chance of having a baby, despite the fact that
their former partners want to destroy the embryos. REUTERS/Lee Besford

ASA/AA 
BRITAIN IVF
RTR4161 
October 01, 2003 
British women Lorraine Hadley (L) and Natallie Evans (R) stand with
their solicitor Muiris Lyons (C)... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
LORRAINE HADLEY AND NATALLIE EVANS APPEAR BEFORE MEDIA OUTSIDE HIGH
COURT IN LONDON. 
British women Lorraine Hadley (L) and Natallie Evans (R) stand with
their solicitor Muiris Lyons (C) as they face the media outside the
High Court after a judge ruled against them in their battle to save
their frozen embryos, in London, October 1, 2003. The women had asked
the court to allow them to complete the in vitro fertilisation (IVF)
treatment they started with their former partners, saying this
represented their only chance of having a baby, despite the fact that
their former partners want to destroy the embryos. REUTERS/Lee Besford

ASA/AA 
BRITAIN IVF
RTR4159 
October 01, 2003 
British women Lorraine Hadley (L) and Natallie Evans face the media outside
the High Court after a judge... 
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
LORRAINE HADLEY AND NATALLIE EVANS APPEAR BEFORE MEDIA OUTSIDE HIGH
COURT IN LONDON. 
British women Lorraine Hadley (L) and Natallie Evans face the media outside
the High Court after a judge ruled against them in their battle to save
their frozen embryos, in London, October 1, 2003. The women had asked the
court to allow them to complete the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment
they started with their former partners, saying this represented their only
chance of having a baby, despite the fact that their former partners want to
destroy the embryos. PP03100009 WMNN REUTERS/Lee Besford

ASA/AA 
BROWN
RTXM3S4 
July 26, 2003 
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media holding 13 week old twins... 
Birmingham, UK 
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media holding 13 week old twins..... 
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media holding 13 week old twins Antonia and Henry Veary, as Professor Robert Edwards (L) looks on, during 25th anniversary celebrations of the revolutionary fertility treatment 'In Vitro Fertilisation' (IVF) at Bourne Hall in Cambridgeshire July 26, 2003. [Brown joined Edwards, who along with the late Patrick Steptoe pioneered the treatment in 1978, as guest of honour at the celebrations. The Veary twins were also born via IVF treatment.] 
HEALTH IVF
RTR107R 
July 26, 2003 
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media
holding 13 week old twins... 
Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
WORLD'S FIRST TEST TUBE BABY LOUISE BROWN FACES MEDIA FOR 25TH
ANNIVERSARY OF IVF TREATMENT IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE.... 
The world's first 'test tube baby' Britain's Louise Brown, faces the media
holding 13 week old twins Antonia and Henry Veary, as Professor Robert Edwards
(L) looks on, during 25th anniversary celebrations of the revolutionary
fertility treatment 'In Vitro Fertilisation' (IVF) at Bourne Hall in
Cambridgeshire July 26, 2003. Brown joined Edwards, who along with the late
Patrick Steptoe pioneered the treatment in 1978, as guest of honour at the
celebrations. The Veary twins were also born via IVF treatment. REUTERS/Lee
Besford PP03070103 Pictures of the month July 2003

NMB/CRB 
MacDONALD
RTXM2WP 
July 15, 2003 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in-vitro... 
Denny, UK 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in..... 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) baby in the world and the first boy conceived through the ground-breaking technology, posing for a photograph in their home in Denny, Scotland July 15, 2003. [IVF, a fertility treatment which celebrates it 25th anniversary on July 26, involves removing eggs from the ovary, fertilising them in a test tube and transplanting the embryos into the womb. More than a million children around the world have been conceived through fertility techniques since the birth of Alistair.] 
HEALTH IVF
RTRKCK 
July 15, 2003 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair
MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in-vitro... 
Denny, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
GRACE AND ALASTAIR MACDONALD SIT IN THEIR HOUSE IN DENNY IN SCTOLAND. 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair
MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) baby in the
world and the first boy conceived through the ground-breaking
technology, posing for a photograph in their home in Denny, Scotland
July 15, 2003. IVF, a fertility treatment which celebrates it 25th
anniversary on July 26, involves removing eggs from the ovary,
fertilising them in a test tube and transplanting the embryos into the
womb. More than a million children around the world have been conceived
through fertility techniques since the birth of Alistair. - TO
ACCOMPANY FEATURES STORY-HEALTH-IVF REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/MD/WS 
HEALTH IVF
RTRKCE 
July 15, 2003 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (L) and Alastair
MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in-vitro... 
Denny, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
GRACE AND ALASTAIR MACDONALD SIT IN THEIR HOUSE IN DENNY IN SCTOLAND. 
A feature picture released on July 17 shows Grace (L) and Alastair
MacDonald, 24, the second IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) baby in the
world and the first boy conceived through the ground-breaking
technology, laughing as they sit in their home in Denny, Scotland July
15, 2003. IVF, a fertility treatment which celebrates it 25th
anniversary on July 26, involves removing eggs from the ovary,
fertilising them in a test tube and transplanting the embryos into the
womb. More than a million children around the world have been conceived
through fertility techniques since the birth of Alistair. - TO
ACCOMPANY FEATURES STORY-HEALTH-IVF REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

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HEALTH IVF
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July 15, 2003 
A picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair MacDonald,
24, the second IVF (in-vitro fertilisation)... 
Denny, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
GRACE AND ALASTAIR MACDONALD SIT IN THEIR HOUSE IN DENNY IN SCOTLAND. 
A picture released on July 17 shows Grace (R) and Alastair MacDonald,
24, the second IVF (in-vitro fertilisation) baby in the world and the
first boy conceived through the ground-breaking technology, sitting in
their home in Denny, Scotland July 15, 2003. IVF, a fertility treatment
which celebrates it 25th anniversary on July 26, involves removing eggs
from the ovary, fertilising them in a test tube and transplanting the
embryos into the womb. More than a million children around the world
have been conceived through fertility techniques since the birth of
Alistair. - TO ACCOMPANY FEATURES STORY-HEALTH-IVF REUTERS/Jeff J
Mitchell

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INDIA
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August 19, 1999 
Meena Shah, who delivered triplets four days ago through In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), holds two of her... 
Bombay, India 
MEENA SHAH WITH HER SONS IN BOMBAY. 
Meena Shah, who delivered triplets four days ago through In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), holds two of her three sons - the third is being kept in a incubator - during a news conference addressed by her doctor in Bombay, August 19. Indian census officials say that the country's population will hit the one billion mark next year. United Nations demographers however say that India will cross the one billion mark sometime this August.

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