Electronic tags for eggs, sperm and embryos


By Shaoni Bhattacharya IN 2002, two proud and relieved parents, Mr and Mrs A, saw their newborn twins for the first time, conceived after a long and difficult course of IVF treatment. At last it all seemed worthwhile. Except the babies were of mixed race, while both parents were white. The IVF clinic had blundered, and used the wrong sperm to fertilise Mrs A’s eggs. The child’s biological father was Mr B,
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