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The "father of the test tube baby," Robert G. Edwards, won the Nobel Prize for medicine on Monday, the awards committee announced.
Many, many people alive today owe their very existence to what is more technically known as in vitro fertilization, and CNN is taking a look at his impact.
How has Edwards' contribution affected your life? Tell us your story, whether you were born thanks to in vitro fertilization or you have used this technique to conceive.
Share your baby photos, as well as pictures of yourself and your family. Be sure to tell us what this technique has meant for society.