Sperm made from human bone marrow

Indonesia
April 13, 2007 7:45am CST
Scientists say they have successfully made immature sperm cells from human bone marrow samples. If these can be grown into fully developed sperm, which the esearchers hope to do within five years, they may be useful in fertility treatments. But experts have warned the findings from the German study should be interpreted with caution at this very early stage. would ban their use in fertility treatments in the UK. how your opinion? And proposed new laws
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@natalie1981 (2000)
• Singapore
13 Apr 07
REALLY? Well, all I can say is if they did that successfully within five years then you can bet that men will be extinct in the next year or two after that. LOL. I'm not a man-hater but this would probably be good news for men haters. Now the only thing that men can be useful for can be done by a woman using only her bone marrow. COOL!