Doug Raburn, an embryologist and lab director at the Duke Fertility Center, looks in on the lineup of more than a dozen 35-liter dewars or vacuum flasks, that contain embryos and sperm samples from clients, at the center in Durham, North Carolina, July 11, 2007.
Doug Raburn, an embryologist and lab director at the Duke Fertility Center, looks in on the lineup of more than a dozen 35-liter dewars or vacuum flasks, that contain embryos and sperm samples from clients, at the center in Durham, North Carolina, July 11, 2007. Harry Lynch/MCT
Doug Raburn, an embryologist and lab director at the Duke Fertility Center, looks in on the lineup of more than a dozen 35-liter dewars or vacuum flasks, that contain embryos and sperm samples from clients, at the center in Durham, North Carolina, July 11, 2007. Harry Lynch/MCT

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