The tech that could change babymaking

In Japan, scientists created baby mice from a mouse’s tail cells — and they were perfectly healthy. New Yorker staff writer Emily Witt joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the quest to move beyond IVF to IVG – a process that involves using nonreproductive cells to produce offspring – and the potential for same-sex couples to each be biologically related to their child. Her article is “Fertile Ground.”