The first three babies of the Applied Research in Endoscopic Surgeon and Human Reproduction Hospital (Centre hospitalier de recherche appliquée en chirurgien endoscopique et reproduction humaine – Chracerh in French) in Yaounde, were born.
After 30 years of searching, Ms. Mballa, 52, and in menopause whose pregnancy was obtained by ICSI (insemination of an egg by micro sperm injection) gave birth on Tuesday to a child at the Chracerh, located at the Ngousso neighborhood in Yaounde.
Alongside the Mrs Mballa, ladies Aminou, 32 and Essi 42, also gave birth to fine little babies. These three children were all designed by the magic of the latest advancedmedical technology, practiced in Chracerh, inaugurated on Friday, May 6, 2016, in the presence of Chantal Biya, the wife of the head of state.
However, questioned by journalists of Cameroon Tribune, Professor Jean Marie Kasia, CEO of Chracerh, said that Assisted reproduction will be legally framed in her institution to respect ethics.
“Here, only couples are granted access to such technology. And I precise that am talking of mixed couples, that is to say consisting of a man and a woman. We do not practice “pregnancy for all.” We are here for men and women with common consent. We will not receive two women or two men in couples who want a child: our law is sufficiently clear on the subject. Moreover, we have prepared a number of documents that will govern the activity legally. They will be submitted to the National Assembly, “argues the head of Chracerh.