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World Welcomes First Three-Person Baby

For women who have a mitochondrial disease, having a child is a risk. Miscarriages are common, and if they are able to carry to term, their infants are at risk for early mortality. For this reason, many abandon the hope of ever having a child of their own. But that could soon change, thanks to the welcoming of the world’s very first three-person IVF baby. The post World Welcomes First Three-Person Baby appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
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