Monash University turn skin cells into human embryo | 9 News Australia

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Australian scientists have found a way to redesign human skin cells so they act just like a human embryo. The breakthrough is hoping to revolutionise research into the causes of early miscarriage and infertility.

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miscarriage is the loss of a pregnancy during the first 23 weeks. The main signs of a miscarriage include vaginal bleeding, followed by cramping and pain.

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