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A Glimpse into Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques

By Rachel Hull, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, ’19

Author’s Note

I decided to write this piece after stumbling across several news articles in October of this year heralding the birth of the first ever ‘three-parent baby’ and thinking to myself that something seemed to be missing in these stories. What started as some casual digging into the history of three-parent babies soon turned into a more general investigation of assisted reproductive technologies. The information I found was not only interesting but also very pertinent, as new advances could increase the role these technologies play in our society.

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