A baby born from three parents might sound like some crazy, science fiction-y, year 2075-type stuff, but 1) it's already a thing, and 2) it's pretty freaking amazing.

How does it work? Either before or after fertilization by the father's sperm, the DNA from the nucleus of a mother's egg is removed and inserted into a donor egg where the nucleus DNA has already been taken out. The embryo then contains DNA from all three people—nucleus DNA from its parents and mitochondrial DNA from the donor, meaning donor DNA makes up less than 1 percent of the embryo's DNA, according to the AP. (So, don't worry, the baby would probably still have your eyes.) .........

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