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Just months after Japanese fertility scientists created artificial sperm from stem cells to make baby mice, German and Israeli researchers are making a major breakthrough of their own that could soon see human sperm grown in the laboratory.
Scientists have developed a model that will enable them to investigate, for the first time, how human testes develop in baby boys while they are in the womb.
A new report has linked the use of chemicals found in food, cosmetics and cleaning products to an increased risk of birth defects, testicular cancer and infertility among unborn boys.
Scientists report that the use of scented creams and perfumes could increase the risk of unborn boys developing infertility later in life.
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