First Israeli Baby Born From Mother’s Frozen Embryos

New Family’s Biological Will Initiative enabled the birth of the first Israeli to be born from his deceased mothers frozen embryos and carried by a surrogate mother. The family celebrated the baby’s Brit Milah (ritual circumcision) in New York on Monday, when he was given the name his parents chose for him. “I’m happy that I succeeded in fulfilling her last wish,” said Nissim Ayash, the new father.

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