Sumary of Lydia and Timothy, the twins born from cryopreserved embryos 30 years ago:
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- In Italy, since May 2009, after sentence 151 of the Constitutional Court intervening on law 402004, embryo cryopreservation has again been allowed to guarantee couples, as IRCCS Humanitas explains – “to obtain the best chances of success and reduce the related risk to multiple pregnancies”.
- Food and Drug Administration eligibility guidelines to be donated, including screening for certain infectious diseases.
- As with any mankind tissue donation, embryos must meet certain U.S.