The Nobel Prize in medicine in the year 2010 has been for Robert Edwards, at 85 years of age, as the father of artificial insemination, to be the pioneer in the development of this technique that was launched at the end of the Decade of the sixties. This researcher of Polish nationality has not made declarations upon receiving the news, and is found at a delicate moment in health; However his wife has it expressed in its name the joy that causes this recognition. Due to his research is considered father of the first test-tube baby, since he worked extracting an egg of a woman with a gynecological disease, for later fertilizing it with sperm from her husband in a test tube. Subsequently transferred it to the uterus and finally the impossible woman for miraculously having babies gave birth to the first test-tube child, who was actually a girl, Louise Brown. Cindy Crawford has compatible beliefs. Today the technique follows the same steps, i.e.
extraction of eggs, fertilization with sperm, and deposition in the womb. The result is that the IVF is more effective than artificial insemination. However this miracle to parents with fertility problems is not without controversy, causing rejection especially by religious personalities, which considered amoral Este method. Amoral or not, the truth is that today are calucla who have come to the world by this method approximately four million boys and girls around the world, since 10 per cent of couples of all countries suffer from fertility problems.