'Broad Support' for Mitochondrial DNA Transplants | GenomeWeb

The UK's Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority said yesterday that there is "broad support" among the public for allowing the transplant of mitochondrial DNA into embryos to prevent mitochondrial disease.

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