Human Eggs Grown In The Lab In World First

Forbes | Feb. 9, 2018

By Helen Thompson

Scientists have created mature human eggs in the lab for the first time.

The breakthrough could eventually help women preserve their fertility after cancer treatment, or help those with naturally occurring infertility.

To create the eggs, a team led by Marie McLaughlin at the University of Edinburgh first took ovarian biopsies from women undergoing elective cesareans.

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