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baby

noun bairn, changeling, child, fledgling, infant, juvenile, kid, minor, toddler, young innocent, youngling
Associated concepts: abortion, adoption, baby act, illegitimacy
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CUTLINE: Elizabeth Jordan Carr, America's first test-tube baby and formerly of Westminster, is shown with Dr.
Both families' children suffer from Fanconi anaemia, the same disease as the six-year-old American girl Molly Nash whose brother Adam recently became the first test-tube baby to be genetically selected to help his dying sister.
To use the service couples will undergo test-tube baby treatment.
1978 Louise Brown, world first test-tube baby born in Oldham, Lancashire.
A pioneering Midland test-tube baby clinic has used organs removed from a cancer patient to make his wife pregnant in a procedure thought to be a world first.
MOVIE star Jodie Foster's test-tube baby was fathered by a millionaire pal, it was claimed last night.
I'LL never forget the day almost 21 years ago when the world's first test-tube baby was delivered and presented like a sensational novelty to a gobsmacked world.
Stephane Zavidow and husband Steven, who had a test-tube baby in 1996, are expecting another and have seven more embryos stored.
THE CATHOLIC Church in Scotland launched a scathing attack on IVF treatment yesterday, after it was revealed a test-tube baby had been born in Edinburgh with both male and female sex organs.
ICSI, or intracytoplasmic sperm injection, has been hailed as the biggest breakthrough in the treatment of infertility since the birth of the first test-tube baby 17 years ago.
Dubai: The 37th birthday of the world's first test-tube baby, Louise Brown, was celebrated with a month-long fertility festival at the Bourn Hall Clinic fertility centre in Dubai.
1978: The first test-tube baby was born in Oldham General Hospital.