Scientists are working hard to attempt to raise an animal fetus outside its mother’s womb. At the same time, the life of the developing human fetus is being studied in depth for the first time. A panel talks about the complexity of the connection between mother and unborn child.

Guests

  • Janet DiPietro Associate professor in the division of Population and Family Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health
  • Natalie Angier Science writer for the New York Times and author of "Woman: An Intimate Geography"
  • Dr. Malcolm Levene Professor of pediatrics at the University of Leeds

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