America’s first IVF baby on life at 40

NH Chronicle: America’s first IVF baby at 40

Her birth was a medical miracle, and her name known around the world

Updated: 2:16 PM EDT Sep 2, 2022

Tonight, the first baby born via in vitro fertilization in the United States is now forty. Elizabeth Carr has lived in the spotlight her whole life. She recently moved to New Hampshire and Karen Meyers sat down with the medical miracle and talks about her life and how it all began, her advocacy work, and why she bristles at the term “test tube baby.” Plus, a man from Nashua is making it his life’s mission to change the fact that for many living in his home country of Nigeria clean water is a luxury. He’s leading a movement called The Thank You Project. On Fritz Wetherbee’s New Hampshire: The Deat of Passaconaway, Auburn. For more information on tonight’s stories:Elizabeth CarrThank You Project’s Seventh Annual Water WalkSaturday September 10, 2022Nashua, NHhttps://thankyouproject.org/waterwalk/Hosting this week from:The Seacoast Science CenterRye, NH

Tonight, the first baby born via in vitro fertilization in the United States is now forty. Elizabeth Carr has lived in the spotlight her whole life. She recently moved to New Hampshire and Karen Meyers sat down with the medical miracle and talks about her life and how it all began, her advocacy work, and why she bristles at the term “test tube baby.”

Plus, a man from Nashua is making it his life’s mission to change the fact that for many living in his home country of Nigeria clean water is a luxury. He’s leading a movement called The Thank You Project.

On Fritz Wetherbee’s New Hampshire: The Deat of Passaconaway, Auburn.

For more information on tonight’s stories:

Elizabeth Carr

Thank You Project’s Seventh Annual Water Walk
Saturday September 10, 2022

Nashua, NH

https://thankyouproject.org/waterwalk/

Hosting this week from:

The Seacoast Science Center

Rye, NH