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What does TTB stand for?

TTB stands for Test Tube Baby

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The Briton, who won the Nobel medicine prize for his achievement in 2010, started developing in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) in 1955 - work that culminated in 1978 in the birth of Louise Brown, the first so-called test tube baby.
His research in a laboratory at Cambridge, England, culminated on July 25, 1978, with the birth of Louise Brown the world's first test tube baby.
A reproductive biologist of international repute, he will always be remembered for his diverse contributions ranging from the role of the neuro-endocrine system in reproduction, developing the means of administering hormones via the nasal route and spearheading the team that produced India's first test tube baby at the ICMR's Institute for Research in Reproduction and the KEM Hospital, Mumbai, in 1986.
Ivf is in vitro fertilisation and was developed in the 1970s with the first British test tube baby, Louise Brown, born in 1977.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority said a consultation on using test tube baby techniques for the screening would take place in the autumn.