A handout picture taken on July 12, 2008 shows the world's first in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) baby Louise Brown (2R) posing with her son Cameron (R), her mother Lesley Brown (2L) and IVF pioneer Professor Robert Edwards (L) during a celebration ahead of Louise's 30th birthday at Bourn Hall Clinic, the first clinic in the world to offer IVF to infertile couples, in Bourn, Cambridgeshire, eastern England. The British woman who gave birth to the world's first test tube baby has died aged 64, her family said on Wednesday. Lesley Brown made history on July 22, 1978 when her daughter Louise was born following pioneering IVF treatment.
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