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(ZEROHEDGE) – A family in Knoxville, Tennessee is celebrating the birth of a baby girl – 27 years, almost to the day, after her embryo was frozen, according to WVLT.
The birth of Molly Everette Gibson broke a world record for the longest an embryo had been frozen before birth – a record previously held by Molly’s sister, Emma Wren Gibson.
Molly was frozen on Oct. 14, 1992, then thawed by National Embryo Donation Center Lab Director & Embryologist Carol Sommerfelt on Feb. 10, 2020 and transferred to Tina’s uterus by NEDC President & Medical Director Dr. Jeffrey Keenan on Feb. 12, 2020.
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