Nobel Prize for the method of artificial insemination

In 2010, British scientist, Robert Edwards, won the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine branch for “the development of in vitro fertilization method”. According to members of the Nobel Committee, method of in vitro fertilization (IVF) is an incredible discovery, procedure with the help of which more than 5 million children were born.

Achievement of Robert Edwards provided a unique opportunity to treat infertility, disease which affected more than 20% of couples worldwide.
During a long time British scientist had worked on his invention and in 1969
his efforts produced a positive result, and for the first time, a human egg was fertilized in a test tube. And in July of 1978, the world’s first “test-tube baby” was born. During next years professor Edwards, together with its colleagues, continued to improve technology of IVF.
Today BioTexCom clinic successfully conducts IVF procedures for patients who come to Ukraine from all over the world. And in most cases, patients leave BioTexCom center being a happy family with healthy children.