| June 28, 2013
UK moves forward with three parent IVF treatment
Britain could become the first country in the world to allow babies to be born with not two, but three genetic parents by the end of next year. A landmark decision by the Department of Health opens the door to controversial treatments which will could save lives - by screening out inherited defects through the use of donated DNA from a second donor "mother". The method raises many questions, as Channel 4’s Jane Dodge reports.