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The first for the entire world, a baby was born using a controversial in vitro fertilization technique in Ukraine. Doctors in Kiev, Ukraine, helped a previously infertile couple conceive and be blessed with a baby girl.

The story dates back to January 05, 2017 where a technique known by the name of, "pronuclear transfer" or "three-parent IVF," was used to help an infertile woman conceive a healthy baby. The mother was 24-year-old and suffered from unexplainable infertility.

Meet, Moaza Al Matrooshi who gave birth to a healthy son, Rashid at Portland Hospital, London. 

Moaza Al Matrooshi who gave birth through vitro fertilization technique

She is the first person to have had a successful pregnancy using ovarian tissue that was harvested before puberty and the only person to have a successful pregnancy using the ovarian tissue. 

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What is the technique about? 

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The technique is majorly used for women suffering from mitochondrial disease. The method replaces defective mitochondria in a mother's egg with a healthy donor mitochondria. This is done to save the child from future mitochondrial disease. 

Why is IVF banned in the UK? 

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It was forbidden some time back in the UK but is no longer banned. The only reason why this was prohibited in the UK was the transfer of genetic modification to from the baby produced by its later generations. Because boy babies cannot transfer their modified genetic information to future children. 

Why was there a need to freeze her tissue? 

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As a child, the mother was suffering from a blood disorder and came to the hospital for a bone marrow transplant. After getting married when the couple tried conceiving naturally but failed. She then started having pre-menopausal symptoms and hot flashes. They then consulted a gynecologist in London, who helped her conceive by making her ovaries regain their functions. It did not work well. 

They returned to London in 2015, and Matthews found a surgeon who was willing to work with the frozen tissue and transplant it back into her body. 

They then transplanted the ovaries, bit by bit. 

They then transplanted the ovaries, bit by bit. 

Small sections of the ovarian tissue were transplanted step by step to result into a fully functional ovary that could help her proceed with the pregnancy.

Experts agree that girls have a great scope in future because of this technique. 

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Using frozen tissue is a great idea and saving them for later fertility is indeed the world first. 

Watch the video here to learn about IVF!