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since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers the process of introducing mitochondria a form of gene therapy which it regulates So far some three dozen women in four countries have tried the technique and eight are currently pregnant All of the women have had at least one unsuccessful cycle of IVF; some have had as many as seven "We could be on the cusp of something incredibly important" says Dr Owen Davis president of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) "Something that is really going to pan out to be revolutionary” The Next Big Thing in IVF The technique is indeed poised to usher in the next big advance in IVF; since the first baby Louise Brown was born using the process in 1978 the procedure has changed little Scientists have made incremental advances in fine-tuning the procedure but taken together these improvements have nudged pregnancy rates upward by only a percent or two over the course of 35 years As it stands the IVF success rate is about 38% for women in their late 30s and 18% for those in their early 40s Natasha’s first IVF cycle differed little from the one that produced Brown more than 35 years ago Augment emerged from a breakthrough made in 2004 by biologist Jonathan Tilly then at Harvard Medical School and now chair of biology at Northeastern University He found that cells scraped from the outer surface of the ovary contain the precursor cells that can provide a more reliable source of energy to older eggs "The technique addresses a void now in IVF" says Tilly "No cell culture can circumvent poor egg quality or an egg that is simply too tired to execute what it is capable of doing We are taking patients with a zero percent pregnancy rate patients who have failed IVF because of poor egg quality and getting them pregnant" The Rajanis had tried for four years to get pregnant turning to fertility drugs intrauterine insemination and a naturopath before trying their first attempt at IVF Natasha became pregnant once but miscarried a few weeks later “I tried to remain positive thinking there is a light at the end of the tunnel and that a baby will be there at the end” she says of all the misses What finally made the difference wasthe population of her own egg stem cells What makes these cells so enticing to scientists is that they come from the mother herself Mitochondria contain their own DNA and in a controversial decision the UK government recently approved so-called "three-person babies" where mitochondrial DNA from a donor is introduced into the egg of a woman with mitochondrial disease When the egg is then fertilized and results in a live birth it can raise ethical questions biological concerns and conflicts about parenthood With Augment the cells usedand their mitochondrial genesare from the mothers own ovaries Still the FDA requested more studies on the effect of adding mitochondria even from the mother who provides the egg to the IVF process OvaScience plans to conduct 1000 cycles using Augment this year and generate more data that will help bring the procedure to the US Because the procedure is so new some reproductive science experts are skeptical Whats lacking they say is convincing evidence comparing pregnancy rates of women undergoing Augment to those with similar infertility problems who didnt use the technique So far no formal clinical trials have been conducted; the only data on the procedure comes from recent presentations by Dr Robert Casper of University of Toronto and Dr Kutluk Oktay from Gen-ART IVF in Ankara Turkey both of whom are advisors to OvaScience "Were not yet sure the scientific model has proven what the outcomes would be if you use the mitochondria of a younger egg or from an egg stem cell" says Davis of ASRM "Its a fascinating concept but we just havent seen the studies yet" In the world of infertility however such data are historically hard to come by A lack of regulation of most reproductive technologiesthe ones that dont fall under the jurisdiction of the FDA as either drugs devices or gene therapyand the dominance of business-minded scientists has rushed new methods to clinics often before their effectiveness has been fully proven Tilly counters doubters with evidence from other species that these cells can do what OvaScience has said they can Egg precursor cells extracted from ovarian tissue from rats mice monkeys pigs and women for instance have developed into immature eggs and in the case of rats and mice those eggs have mature and produced viable offspring "Mitochondria from egg precursors rejuvenate the egg to bring it back to a high quality state" says Tilly That appears to be the case with the Rajanis and time will tell whether that ends up holding true for the other women trying Augment too "We see Zain as a symbol of hope for all couples struggling with infertility" says Natasha "While the process is long emotional and physically draining there is light at the end of the tunneland that light for us is Zain" For more on Zain and this new approach for infertility see the May 18 2015 issue of TIME You Asked: Your Top 10 Health Questions Answered You Asked: Are Cleanses Healthy Potions that claim to clear your body of toxins might sound alluring but do they deliver Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: Is Eating Dessert Really That Bad For Me Bad news for sweet-eaters—except if you end your meals with this kind of treat Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: What’s the Best Way to Whiten My Teeth Yes teeth whitening actually works—but here’s why you have to dish out major bucks to see results Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: Is Meditation Really Worth It From easing stress to lowering heart disease risk focusing your mind can do some amazing things for your body Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: What’s the Healthiest Sweetener Take a taste of the unsettled science of sweeteners Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: Should I Go Paleo The pros and cons of eating like a caveman Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: Is Cracking Your Knuckles Bad Here’s what really happens to your joints when you snap crackle and pop Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: Is Running on a Treadmill as Good as Running Outside You’ll fool your body into thinking it’s outside with this one small treadmill tweak Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: Does Laughing Have Real Health Benefits Here’s proof that everybody could use a belly laugh Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME You Asked: What Is My Poo Telling Me If you listen hard enough you’ll hear all kinds of health stories from #2 Illustration by Peter Oumanski for TIME 1 of 10 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] small portion of milk produced by US dairy farmers contains illegal antibiotics a new FDA report finds raising concerns that some farmers are circumventing food-safety laws by giving cows drugs that routine tests can’t detect Milk intended for commercial sale is tested for six commonly used antibiotics NPR reports and any shipment that tests positive for drug residue is barred from ever making it to the supermarket Because of that farmers only use antibiotics on the dairy cows when the cows’ health requires it and they put those cows’ milk production on hold The FDA has learned however that some farmers use antibiotics that aren’t even intended for cows because the drugs go undetected by these tests The agency studied milk from close to 2000 dairy farms roughly half of which were under suspicion and half of which were random samples More than 1% of the under-suspicion group and 4% of the other samples tested positive for six antibiotics not FDA-approved for use on dairy cows The FDA cannot investigate the farms in violation however because they don’t know which ones they are: the samples were anonymous because the survey was only for research Dr William Flynn deputy director for science policy in the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine told NPR that the low numbers suggest regulation is “working well” but that the FDA may begin testing for more antibiotics to crack down on farmers’ violations Write to Nolan Feeney at [email protected] who is absconding. 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