Thursday, July 24, 2003
From the front page of today's Los Angeles Times, "Birth by Test Tube Turns 25:"
Today, as Louise Brown approaches her 25th birthday, a once-stupendous and controversial accomplishment has become routine. In vitro fertilization is an outpatient procedure conducted at nearly 400 clinics in the United States alone. More than 1 million people conceived in lab dishes now walk the Earth.
(No, I didn't have to go that route, but know plenty of people who have.)
Item of the day I wouldn't want to be this pregnant and live without: these soft, comfy, faux-suede slacks (sans stripes, and avec more buttoned buttons) by the perplexingly-named Japanese Weekend, via the superbly-named One Hot Mama.
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