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World’s First Baby Born With DNA From Three Parents

In a world first, a baby has been born with DNA from three biological parents. Five-month-old Abrahim Hassan’s Jordanian parents, Ibtisam Shaban and Mahmoud Hassan, were treated by a U.S. team based in Mexico using a controversial technique that allows parents with rare genetic mutations to have healthy babies, the New Scientist reports. Shaban carries…
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