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Britain authorises scientist to modify human embryos

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The work carried out “will be for research purposes and will look at the first seven days of a fertilised egg’s development, from a single cell to around 250 cells”.

Britain authorises scientist to modify human embryos

By Reuters | 5 years ago

Local farm sets up lab to offer cheaper and better embryo

Local farm sets up lab to offer cheaper and better embryo

The search for improved breeds that offer optimum milk quantities by farmers in East Africa could soon be over after a local organisation launched the first cow Invitro Fertilisation (IVF) Embryo Transfer (ET).

Silah Koskei | 5 years ago

Do’s and don’ts in preparation for embryo transfer

Since my last very painful injection, the biggest symptom so far is I’m just feeling tired. I honestly feel like I have been out working the field. I’m extremely sleepy at work and I can’t even have my usual coffee in the morning.

- | 9 years ago

Freezing your most precious asset

Your career is on an upward trend and you don’t want an interruption like a pregnancy, but at the same time your biological clock is ticking, what to do. How about freezing your embryo? MAUREEN AKINYI explores embryo preservation

| 9 years ago

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