Marijuana-Like Compounds Linked to Embryo Growth Researchers discover that marijuana-like compounds produced by the body can help regulate the growth of mouse embryos. Scientists believe the findings could have implications for fertility research in humans. NPR's Joe Palca reports.
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Marijuana-Like Compounds Linked to Embryo Growth

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Marijuana-Like Compounds Linked to Embryo Growth

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Marijuana-Like Compounds Linked to Embryo Growth

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Researchers discover that marijuana-like compounds produced by the body can help regulate the growth of mouse embryos. Scientists believe the findings could have implications for fertility research in humans. NPR's Joe Palca reports.