Here’s why “two-dad” babies aren’t yet a biological reality
Still needs an eggBy Andy CoghlanHealthy mice have been created using sperm and cells that aren’t quite eggs for the first time. New Scientist questions whether this really brings us any closer to making babies with two biological fathers. What happened in the experiment? Toro Suzuki at the University of Bath, UK and his team combined sperm with non-egg...
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