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First baby born in Scotland following use of new ground-breaking IVF technology

The first baby conceived following use of new groundbreaking IVF technology has been born in Scotland.

The Glasgow Centre for Reproductive Medicine (GCRM) is one of the UK's most innovative IVF clinics. It has today announced the birth of the first baby to be born in Scotland following the use of a ground-breaking new approach to IVF - the 'Early Embryo Viability Assessment' (Eeva) test. Eeva can be used to improve embryo selection during fertility treatment. The baby girl has been named Eva, after the groundbreaking test that gave her life.

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Date: 14/06/2013
By: Hope Robertson
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