More Babies Ahead

A clinic in Mexico is planning to perform nearly two dozen mitochondrial replacement therapies in the first half of 2017, the New Scientist reports. The New Hope Fertility Center Mexico is where the first baby to be born following mitochondrial replacement therapy was created, it adds.

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