Tuesday, May 13, 2008 - 23:56 in Biology & Nature
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scientists in Australia and Greece appear to be moving closer to identifying genes that determine which test-tube embryos stand the best chance of implanting in the womb and growing into healthy babies.
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