UK woman pregnant with screened embryo

A British woman has used genetic screening technology to select specific embryos used in IVF to make sure she became pregnant with a child who will not have to face the same risk of genetic eye cancer she was born with. Doctors were able to extract a cell for screening. The process of genetic selection of embryos has spurred controversy around the world from groups opposed to a new generation of "designer" babies. Doctors see it as an effective tool for eliminating abnormal genes that have afflicted families for generations.

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