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Three-person IVF could move closer in UK

| | March 20, 2013

The following is an edited excerpt.

The UK could move a step closer to allowing the creation of babies from two women and a man later.

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority is to advise ministers and report on a public consultation and the latest advances in the field.

The three-person IVF technique could be used to prevent debilitating and fatal “mitochondrial” diseases. But some groups have raised ethical and safety concerns about creating babies with DNA from three people.

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