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How long is the history of IVF technology? What role does IVF USA play in it?

2024-07-03 20:49:34,visits: 57


 

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In modern medicine, IVF technology symbolizes both medical progress and the realization of parenthood dreams for countless infertile couples. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States, approximately 2.0% of babies are born annually through assisted reproductive technology, with IVF technology playing a significant part.

 

The history of IVF technology can be traced back to the early 20th century. From the 1920s to the 1960s, with the discovery of reproductive hormones and the development of fertility drugs, scientists gradually gained control over key aspects of the reproductive process. The discovery of the female reproductive hormone estrogen in 1923 marked a new era in reproductive medicine, and subsequent discoveries and applications of hormones like progesterone laid the foundation for future IVF techniques.

 

In the 1950s, animal experiments became pivotal for IVF technology. In 1959, Dr. Min Chueh Chang successfully performed IVF surgery on rabbits, laying the groundwork for human experimentation. In the early to mid-1970s, humans attempted IVF technology for the first time, facing ethical and moral challenges. However, the birth of Louise Brown in 1978 signaled the success and feasibility of IVF technology.

 

During the 1980s, IVF technology gradually became a mainstream fertility treatment. Through continuous improvements in laboratory techniques and precise applications of fertility drugs, the success rate of IVF technology significantly increased, bringing hope of parenthood to more infertile couples.

 

Today, IVF technology is widely used globally, especially in the United States. American IVF technology not only provides highly specialized medical services but also significantly reduces the risk of multiple pregnancies with the help of advanced genetic screening techniques such as PGT-A and PGT-M, ensuring the health and safety of both mother and child.

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IVF USA, as a leading international provider of reproductive health solutions, is committed to offering personalized treatment plans for every patient. Our founder, Dr. Nathan Zhang, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School with extensive experience. If you are seeking answers on how to improve fertility or need professional consultation and support, feel free to contact our expert team. Currently, IVF USA offers services including egg freezing, IVF-PGT, and third-party assisted reproduction to those in need, extending operations beyond the USA to include Japan for IVF and egg freezing, Thailand for IVF and egg freezing, as well as regions such as Mexico, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, collaborating closely with top global IVF specialists. Through scientific methods and personalized care, IVF USA stands ready to partner with you in facing the challenges of fertility and helping you build a healthy, happy family.

 

 


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