Nothing like waking up to the news that the Father of IVF has won the Nobel prize. Phones have been ringing. Writing about it all now. More soon.

Robert Edward wins 2010 Nobel prize in medicine for in-vitro fertizilation
Robert G. Edwards’s breakthrough development of in vitro fertilization, which led to the birth of the first “test-tube baby,” Louise Brown, in 1978, gave humanity the power to do what previously was considered the province of God: create and manipulate human life.
Washington Post