Each of these mouse pups was born from an egg scientists created using embryonic stem cells. It's possible the technology could change future treatment for human infertility. Katsuhiko Hayashi hide caption

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Scientists Create Fertile Eggs From Mouse Stem Cells

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Sue Freeman, 78, checks her email at her home in Laguna Beach, Calif., on Saturday. She says her eyesight improved markedly since she received an experimental stem-cell procedure last July. Melissa Forsyth for NPR hide caption

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First Hints That Stem Cells Can Help Patients Get Better

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