It's time to relax the rules on growing human embryos in the lab
A week more would helpChris Leschinsky/GettyBy Sam WongWHEN it comes to studying our earliest existence, how far are we willing to go? Growing human embryos in the lab beyond the seventh day after fertilisation – the moment when embryos normally implant in the wall of the uterus – has been a long-standing challenge for biologists, but the latest research...
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