An animal fertility expert takes on a particularly tricky patient.
This success could help the technique gain approval in the U.S.
And it significantly reduces the risk of passing on faulty mitochondria
Just like a piece of fruit ripe for IVF
But there are some big hurdles before it can become commonplace
In vitro cuteness
Women’s fertility declines with age, but a biotech company says it has a way to change that
One of several due to be born this summer
We have the technology, but we lag behind the Brits. What do they know that we don’t?
Bespoke embryos raise ethical questions for lawmakers and bioethicists alike
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