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BRITAIN EMBRYO DEADLINE

A multi-celled human embryo is seen in this picture made 2.5 days after leaving the womb, and now is stored cryogenically at the Bourn Hall Fertility Clinic, Cambridgeshire, England Wednesday, July 31, 1996. Under British law frozen embryos can only be stored for up to five years, so this embryo along with some 3,300 others are scheduled to be destroyed Aug.1, unless their donor couples seek an extension. The prospect has stirred ethical controversy both in Britain and abroad. (AP Photo/Bourn Hall Fertility Clinic, Findlay Kember)

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July 31, 1996 03:04:00 PM
July 31, 1996 10:32:00 PM
BOURN HALL FERTILITY CLINIC
ASSOCIATED PRESS
UNITED KINGDOM OUT
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