In July 2018, Uterus International Group was invited by the Malaysian government MHTC as a representative of Chinese enterprises in the field of assisted reproductive health management , attended the International Conference on Obstetrics and Gynecology held in Kuala Lumpur on July 19, 2018.
The study of IVF began in the 1940s. Scientists succeeded in using rabbits as experimental carriers to give birth to young rabbits---the world's first "test tube baby." On July 25, 1978, the world's first IVF baby, Louis Brown, was born in the UK. Since then, many countries and regions have had the birth of IVF, but the success rate of IVF in early years was only 0.4%. On March 10, 1988, Zheng Mengzhu, the first IVF baby in mainland China, was born in the Third Hospital of Peking University.
Today, in the speech of Professor Simon (the first test-tube baby participant), he gave a more comprehensive interpretation of the development of IVF technology and its significance for human development. IVF has passed 40th years since then and will bring hope to more infertile families with its development in the future.