and baby makes three-point-five
By Diogenes (articles) | Sep 08, 2005
More designer genes in the UK.
UK scientists have won permission to create a human embryo that will have genetic material from two mothers. The Newcastle University team will transfer genetic material created when an egg and sperm fuse into another woman's egg. The groundbreaking work aims to prevent mothers from passing certain genetic diseases on to their unborn babies.
The usual objections were tabled.
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