There may have been some discussion about this previously
but it was news to me, so it may be news to some others.
See "Genetically altered babies born":
The children have non-maternal mitochondrial DNA and are
alive and well. This is going to play out in a very interesting
way as a fundamental "reproductive rights" issue -- parents
unable to have children should have a fundamental right (???)
to perform whatever engineering is necessary such that they
*can* have children.
Gosh, golly, jeepers. I'm looking forward for the future
and find its already in back of me.
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