The world's first test-tube baby, Louise Brown, turns 25 this week. When in vitro fertilization was first introduced, people were alarmed about the prospect of creating embryos in the laboratory. But a million babies later, the procedure has turned out to be much safer than many imagined. However, as NPR's Joe Palca reports, scientists still aren't sure how safe the procedure is.
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