A very interesting article in the Economist about the Walking Egg Low Cost IVF Treatment in Africa
Can IVF be made cheaper? Experts see two ways to try. The first is to cut the use of drugs, tests or procedures that for many couples are clearly unnecessary. The second is to work out how the cost and effectiveness of simpler methods compare with those of the standard package. For a health problem that affects one in six to seven couples, solid studies on this trade-off are shockingly rare.
Doctors have spent decades trying to make IVF more effective. Now they are trying to make it cheaper
Follow the link to read the full story: An arm and a leg for a fertilised egg