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A numbers game

I went into theatre hoping for seven eggs. That’s the number of mature follicles that the lovely scanning lady had seen in the scan 2 days before. 502 more words


IVF Round One: Let's Skip to the End

So much has happened since the last time I posted, I’m not even really sure where to start. Logic, and Maria in “The Sound of Music,” might dictate that I start at the very beginning, but I’m a rebel so let’s start at the end. 543 more words


Brian Metscher

Following bachelor’s work in applied physics at Caltech and a first career as a research engineer at NASA/JPL, Brian Metscher completed his PhD in the then-new interdiscipline of evo-devo at the University of California, Irvine. 535 more words


Big questions do not have small answers

Some questions we perceive are “bigger” than other questions. What does it mean to live, to be, rather than not to be? When does life begin and when does it end? 411 more words

In The Research Debate

25-Year-Old Mom Gives Birth To Baby From Embryo Frozen In 1992

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

Age really is just a number for Emma Wren Gibson.

She was born on Nov. 25, but from an embryo that was frozen on Oct. 275 more words

Current Affairs

The embryo is just a year younger than the mother who birthed her


The embryo is just a year younger than the mother who birthed her

By Susan Scutti, CNN

Updated 3:14 PM ET, Tue December 19, 2017… 1,765 more words


FET: Implanting is postponed, again!

My follow-up with the doctor was yesterday. My black blob that appeared last week grew! Which means, the cysts starting growing as soon as I went off the pill. 262 more words