‘Three-parent baby’ boy healthy so far

Three other embryos created by technique had wrong chromosome count

egg fertilization

SO FAR, SO GOOD  Doctors say an infant boy, born in April as the result of a  “three-parent baby” technique, is doing well and shows no signs of having inherited a fatal mitochondrial disease from his mother.


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