http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/main.jhtml?xml=/education/2008/06/16/st_ivf30yearson.xml When the first test-tube baby was born, it wasn't just the beginning of a new life but of a whole new approach to infertility. Olga Craig talks to some winners and losers in the IVF lottery and asks where do we go from here? Really interesting article, including the push for a new "soft IVF" that reduces the risk of multiples, the cost, and the side effects. Why aren't more doctors using this if, as the article claims, the birth rate is the same? Also, as a side note to our own election coverage, one of the moms quoted mentions that she went to National Health and there was a 2 year waiting list, so she had to turn to private medicine.