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April 18, 2017

The first three-parent baby was conceived in Mexicos New Hope in 2015 but delivered in New York City last year. He was born to a Jordanian couple at risk of reproducing a rare disorder called Leigh disease, an incurable that can lead to a childs death within years from birth. Dr. Chvez-Badiola, a gynecologist and obstetrician trained in Mexico and the United Kingdom, told Fox News he hopes to apply MRT to 20 pregnancies in the first half of 2017.

He would not disclose, however, how many three-way pregnancies are underway at this time. The Jordanian couple was treated in the New Hope clinic in Mexico by a U.S. team led by Dr. Zhang. So far, the boy appears to be healthy, according to New Hope, and the successful procedure led Chvez-Badiola and his peers to the conclusion that their work should be extended to a larger number of couples in Mexico.

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