Little Molly Everette Gibson from Knoxville, Tennessee, made history even though she was just born.
Molly has broken the previous record for the longest frozen embryo before birth. Her biological sister Emma Wren had this a few years earlier (in the picture) set up. She spent 24 years in the freezer from Dr. Carol Sommerfelt.
“I think this is an important sign that no embryo should ever be disposed of, least of all because it’s ‘old’,” said Jeffrey Keenan, director of the National Embryo Donation Center.
“Testament to Technology”
“When Molly Everette was born on October 26th, she was 28 years old if you add all the time she had been frozen can be made durable almost indefinitely in the future, “said Sommerfelt enthusiastically.
The National Embryo Donation Center preserves donor embryos from across the United States. Couples from all over the world use the facility for an embryo transfer.
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