'Broad Support' for Mitochondrial DNA Transplants

The UK's fertility regulatory agency finds broad support among the public for allowing the transplant of mitochondrial DNA into embryos to prevent mitochondrial disease.

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Shoukhrat Mitalipov and his

Shoukhrat Mitalipov and his team at the Oregon National Primate Research Center, Beaverton done good job in this field.

Here's a suggestion to use an

Here's a suggestion to use an ancient tried and tested method: adoption. You step aside your ego to make your mark on the world, go for the love you claim to have for a child, and save one from a quite often troubled disappointing and sometimes even dangerous life. Then again that wouldn't be "of your own" would it? Well an adopted child would be almost as much of you as the baby you gave birth to with its maternal DNA that isn't yours.