A team of scientists at Newcastle University created human embryos by combining the genetic material of one man and two women, and another team of scientists at Newcastle University discovered how to create sperm from the bone-marrow cells of women. | Harper's Magazine

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A team of scientists at Newcastle University created human embryos by combining the genetic material of one man and two women, and another team of scientists at Newcastle University discovered how to create sperm from the bone-marrow cells of women.

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A team of scientists at Newcastle University created human embryos by combining the genetic material of one man and two women, and another team of scientists at Newcastle University discovered how to create sperm from the bone-marrow cells of women.

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