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Some of the embryos stored at the New England Cryogenic Center Inc.
Some of the embryos stored at the New England Cryogenic Center Inc. (Globe Staff Photo / Janet Knott) Globe Staff Photo / Janet Knott

Technology, legal gapsleave embryos in limbo

By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / May 18, 2005

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NEWTON -- John R. Rizza Sr. pulled on bulky gloves, reached into a cryogenic storage tank and lifted out what looked like a dishwasher silverware rack. The liquid nitrogen drained and vapor cleared, revealing dozens of capped resin straws. Inside each were two frozen embryos, leftovers from fertility treatments conducted years ago. (Full article: 1440 words)

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