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Health and Science
Meet the woman who decided to give her own frozen embryos to women affected by a lab malfunction
Niki Schaefer, a mother of two, decided to donate her frozen embryos to parents affected by a fertility clinic's lab malfunction that compromised over 2,000 frozen eggs and embryos.
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