Dr. Robert Edwards spent decades trying to solve the riddle of infertility with IVF. His innovative approach was a lot like any you could find in a modern-day startup–underfunded, scrappy, and improvised.
Originally posted by Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield, April 29, 2013
It was in the mid-1950s when Robert G. Edwards, a young post-grad student who worked menial jobs to pay for his tuition at the University of Edinburgh, got a crazy idea . . . read more.