Human Eggs Successfully Fully Grown in Lab

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Researchers from the UK and the US have come together to successfully test growing a human egg in a lab for the first time.  The eggs are grown to the point of being able to be fertilized.

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Infertility ‘breakthrough’: Human eggs fully grown in lab for the first time

A group of scientists are touting an infertility “breakthrough” after human eggs have been grown in a lab from their earliest stages to the point of potential fertilization for the first time.

Researchers from the United Kingdom and the United States conducted the research, recently publishing their results in the scientific journal Molecular Human Reproduction.

A group of scientists are touting an infertility “breakthrough” after human eggs have been grown in a lab from their earliest stages to the point of potential fertilization for the first time.

Researchers from the United Kingdom and the United States conducted the research, recently publishing their results in the scientific journal Molecular Human Reproduction.

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