1986 - The Institute for the Study of Human Conception (Instituto para el Estudio de la Concepción Humana, or IECH) is born. It is the first assisted reproduction center in northern Mexico.
1988 - IECH achieves the conception of the first baby born following assisted reproductive techniques in the country.
1995 - The first medical residency in Mexico with the specialty of Biology of Human Reproduction—with training in high complexity—is created.
2005 – IECH achieves the first two births in Mexico using in vitro fertilization techniques based on egg freezing.
2011 – IECH registers the first three pregnancies in the country using in vitro fertilization techniques based on egg maturation.
2019 – We continue to be at the forefront of high- and low-complexity treatments with nationally and internationally renowned medical specialists.