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Wrap your head around this one: On November 25, 2017 a healthy baby girl was born to a 26-year-old mother in Tennessee - but the embryo that would later result in the baby was conceived and cryogenically frozen in 1992. It's now considered the oldest known frozen embryo to result in a successful birth.

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Wrap your head around this one: On November 25, 2017 a healthy baby girl was born to a 26-year-old mother in Tennessee - but the embryo that would later result in the baby was conceived and cryogenically frozen in 1992. It's now considered the oldest known frozen embryo to result in a successful birth.