Fifth baby born in Greece using the maternal spindle transfer method as part of pilot trial conducted by the Institute of Life and Embryotools scientific team

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A fifth baby was born using the maternal spindle transfer method, as part of the pilot trial  conducted by the scientific team of the Institute of Life and Embryotools in Greece, on October 14, 2020, at IASO Hospital (Athens). In the context of this pilot trial, this method has already led to the birth of 4 more babies, from women with significant fertility problems and a serious history of multiple IVF failures.

The fifth baby was born to a 33 years old Greek mother, who had undergone nine failed IVF cycles in the past. Because of her poor oocytes quality, none of her fertilized oocytes reached the blastocyst stage.

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