Examining the Ethics Behind the Test Tube Baby Phenomenon

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This year's Nobel Prize for Medicine has gone to Dr. Robert G. Edwards, an English biologist who co-developed in vitro fertilization, the revolutionary process that has allowed millions of infertile couples to have babies. It's been thirty-one years since the first test tube baby was born. We take a look at how the world has changed since then with Robin Marantz Henig, author of "Pandora's Baby: How the First Test Tube Babies Sparked the Reproductive Revolution."