Laurie Strongin


For Henry’s Sake: Pioneering a Genetic Frontier

By Laurie Strongin

For Henry’s Sake: Pioneering a Genetic Frontier
Ten years ago, the first-ever bone-marrow transplant was performed using the umbilical cord blood of a baby deliberately selected and implanted through a combination of in-vitro fertilization and genetic testing to save the life of his older sibling.Read More



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