Eggs made from skin cells in lab could herald end of infertility
An eight-day-old human embryoDr Yorgos Nikas/Science Photo LibraryFertile, mature eggs have been created from mouse skin cells in the lab for the first time. They have even been fertilised to create seemingly healthy pups. The feat suggests it is only a matter of time before the same is achieved in humans, opening up the possibility of new fertility...
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