Can the stem cell embryo be placed back in the mother?

Update: Embryo saved: To test an embryo to detect genetic predisposition. INTERESTING! Does creating embryonic stem cell lines destroy the embryo? "...There is, however, a second method that creates embryonic stem cell lines without destroying the embryo. Instead, scientists take a single cell from a very early... show more Embryo saved: To test an embryo to detect genetic predisposition. INTERESTING!

Does creating embryonic stem cell lines destroy the embryo?

"...There is, however, a second method that creates embryonic stem cell lines without destroying the embryo. Instead, scientists take a single cell from a very early stage IVF embryo and can use that one cell to develop a new line."

https://www.cirm.ca.gov/patients/myths-and-misconceptions-about-stem-cell-research
Update 2: Embryo saved: To test an embryo to detect genetic predisposition. INTERESTING! Does creating embryonic stem cell lines destroy the embryo? "...There is, however, a second method that creates embryonic stem cell lines without destroying the embryo. Instead, scientists take a single cell from a very early... show more Embryo saved: To test an embryo to detect genetic predisposition. INTERESTING!

Does creating embryonic stem cell lines destroy the embryo?

"...There is, however, a second method that creates embryonic stem cell lines without destroying the embryo. Instead, scientists take a single cell from a very early stage IVF embryo and can use that one cell to develop a new line."

https://www.cirm.ca.gov/patients/myths-and-misconceptions-about-stem-cell-research
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