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Cautious Optimism As Scientists Grow Human Eggs From Immature Cells In The Lab

In a scientific first, researchers from the US and the UK have taken early-stage human egg cells and grown them to full maturity in the lab. It's an important proof-of-concept that could eventually yield new infertility treatments for women. More »      
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