The Brave New World of Baby-Making

In 1958, 20 years before the first so-called test-tube baby, Aldous Huxley warned that in the face of technological advances, people have sometimes “found themselves in a situation which they didn’t foresee and doing all sorts of things they didn’t really want to do.” Is that true of today’s assisted reproductive technologies? Vision examines the past, present and possible future of procreation under the watchful eye of science.