New research on a possible male infertility cure

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Every week, Dr. Elan Simckes of The Fertility Partnership says he must tell a man he is infertile and the couple will either have to adopt or use a donor. But there is an interesting study underway in China, where scientists have produced rudimentary mouse sperm from stem cells in a laboratory, a step that may one day lead to a treatment for infertile men.

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