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October 25, 2011 12:00 AM

Kentucky child, now 5, is first one born from frozen egg, live sperm

Lexington's Avery Lee Kennedy is the first child born from mixing frozen eggs with live sperm and she's the first child born of the world's first commercial egg bank. The process can still be a dicey business. Wendy Kennedy, now 47, suffers from a condition that made her, fertility-wise, hit a menopausal state much too early.

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