Embryos Turned into 'Personalized Stem Cell Lines'

Following in vitro fertilization procedures, families have traditionally had three options for unused embryos that were fertilized but never implanted into a woman's womb. They could give them to sterile couples, donate them to research facilities or discard them. StemLifeLine, a California-based biotechnology company, is now offering a controversial but potentially life-saving fourth option. StemLifeLine allows families to "develop" remaining embryos into "personalized stem cell lines," the...Full Story
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