A baby boy conceived using DNA from three contributors has been born in Greece as part of a clinical trial for women with fertility issues, according to researchers at The Institute of Life. The technique, known as spindle nuclear transfer, was initially developed as a way to prevent children from inheriting mitochondrial disease from their mothers.
Baby with DNA from 3 contributors born during infertility trial
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