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Wow! See a record-breaking baby that is ’28 years old’ and only 18 months younger than her mum’ (photos)

A miracle child generally known as Molly Everette Gibson is now technically the world’s oldest child, as she was born utilizing an embryo frozen in October 1992, less than two years after her mom Tina was born in April 1991.

Because of the wonders of science, Molly Everette Gibson now nicknamed ‘Miracle Molly’ broke the previous record held by her sister, Emma Wren (pictured under) who spent 24 years as an embryo on ice before she was born in November 2017.

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Each full genetic embryos had been frozen collectively and transferred to mum Tina’s uterus three years apart.

Tina chatting with the New York Post mentioned : “It is arduous to wrap your head round it, however so far as we’re involved, Molly is our little miracle.”

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Researchers at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library, say Molly enters the historical past books because the longest-frozen embryo recognized to lead to live birth.

Lab director of the National Embryo Donation Centre Carol Sommerfelt mentioned: “It was very rewarding for me to see an embryo that was frozen years in the past result in the birth of a stunning child.

“I really feel honored to be a part of the process.”

Tina and husband Benjamin have been married for 10 years and had beforehand fostered kids before contemplating conventional adoption.

Regardless of initially not wanting the thought, Tina mentioned she and Benjamin ‘could not get it out of their minds’.

Finally, they visited the NEDC and had been offered profiles of around 300 strangers who had donated spare embryos following IVF remedies.

Tina added: “We weren’t choosy, we simply wished a child.”

They narrowed down their decisions to donating {couples} who had been brief in stature before looking into health backgrounds.

On the day of her first embryo switch with Emma, Tina was amazed to be informed it had been frozen for twenty-four years.

When Tina and her husband determined to provide Emma a sibling they mentioned it was a no-brainer choosing an embryo from the identical donors.

Dr. Sommerfelt, who supervised the process, mentioned: “So long as the embryos are maintained accurately within the liquid nitrogen storage tank at -396 levels, we feel they may be good indefinitely.”

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