Human eggs grown in lab offer 'promising' insight into fertility

Human eggs are grown in a lab in a first-of-its-kind study. Lab-grown eggs could benefit fertility preservation practices in the far future.

The eggs were developed from an early stage in ovarian tissue to a mature stage in which they could have been ready for fertilization, according to the study, published last week in the journal Molecular Human Reproduction.However, the eggs appeared to have many abnormalities, said David Albertini, a co-author of the study and director of the Division of Laboratories at the Center for Human Rep...