Could ‘three parent’ IVF babies be born in Australia?
Medical experts are assessing a controversial proposal to change laws to allow ‘three parent IVF’ in Australia.
Under the practice, DNA from two women’s eggs are combined to remove genes which cause deadly diseases in babies.
Geneticist, at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute Professor David Thorburn told Gareth Parker Mitochondrial donation is already in limited use in the UK and some other countries.
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