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UK approves three-person in vitro fertilization but US still deliberating

The House of Lords in the United Kingdom have approved approve ‘three-person in vitro fertilization’ (IVF), which is also known as mitochondrial replacement therapy.The therapy that combines the DNA from three adults, was approved by 280 to 48 votes in the house.

Meanwhile, in the US, the therapy was not approved yet.The US Food and Drug...

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