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WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. regulators warned a New York fertility doctor on Friday to stop marketing an experimental procedure, the 3-parent baby technique, that uses DNA from three people — a mother, a father, and an egg donor — to avoid certain genetic diseases.

The doctor, John Zhang, used the technique to help a Jordanian couple have a baby boy last year.

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  • Many of us will journey the path of the elderly and be victimized by current plagues of our seniors: c infections UTIs, sepsis. If we can promote 3 parent baby techniques, for crying out loud, what is the problem with securing a healthy future for ourselves with Vitamin C Hydrocortisone Thiamine therapy (Dr. Paul Marik EVMS)? Can we place greater value on those of us who are already here as opposed to those who are not?

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