40 years after world's first test-tube baby was born, IVF now a less taboo subject in Singapore

Ms Yao Sueann and Mr Louie Loke are expecting a baby in January next year, conceived through in-vitro fertilisation. ST PHOTO: ZHANG XUAN
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SINGAPORE - Ms Yao Sueann and Mr Louie Loke are not afraid of telling people that their baby girl due in January next year was conceived thanks to science.

In fact, they hope to have four children in the future, because Ms Yao has three frozen embryos.

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