‘Synthetic’ human embryos created without eggs or sperm


cientists say they have created “synthetic” human embryos without the need for eggs or sperm in a potentially major advance.

It is currently unclear whether the model embryos have the potential to continue maturing beyond the earliest stages of development, but experts believe they may help in the study of illnesses, genetic disorders or recurrent miscarriage.


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