Since its start on the fringes of medicine, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) has resulted in an estimated 5 million births worldwide as announced at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and International Federation of Fertility Societies this week. The biggest reason for the sudden explosion in IVF babies increased demand in developing countries such as China who now have access to modern medical care including fertility treatment. There are now more children born through IVF than the population of some countries. That's pretty remarkable for something that 35 years ago was not readily accepted by society. Click here for more from the article in USA Today.