167 million people owing their lives to assisted reproductive technologies will have been born by 2100

ivff populationAccording to present trends, fertility services will continue to grow robustly and the number of births is likely to be much higher than 167 million people.

If the average annual increase is 10,000 or 20,000 births the numbers of people alive that year will rise to 236 or 315 million, respectively by 2100.

At 30,000 more births per year, 394 million people will be alive and represent over 3% of humanity.