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Mumbai’s First Test-Tube Baby Is Now a Mom

March 8, 2016

(Times of India) – Thirty years after she made history, Mumbai’s first test-tube baby Harsha Chavda-Shah delivered a child of her own – a boy – on Monday. The baby was delivered using Cesarean-section by the same team of doctors who had helped Harsha’s parents conceive her using in vitro fertilisation (IVF) techniques in August 1986.

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