Friday, 21 October 2016

Science breakthrough: Scientists use skin cells to create healthy egg cells

Scientists have successfully created egg cells for the first time using rodent skin stem cells. The eggs are then implanted into rodent foster mothers after being fertilised.

Even though the success rate is less than 1% and producing human eggs from this technique is still years away, it provides a futuristic possibility of making human eggs in the lab from skin or other cells.

Notice: HSA warning not to buy these pain relief supplements

Health Science Authority has advised the public not to buy these 2 pain relief supplements as they contained undeclared potent ingredients which are prohibited.