Baby Girl Born From 27 Year Old Embryo Breaks Record Set Prior By Her Sister
The birth of baby Molly Gibson using an embryo from 1992 is believed to have broken the record for the longest-frozen embryo (27 years) to result in a live birth.
The previous record was held by her sister, Emma, who was born in 2017 after 24 years.
Their mother would have been around 2 years old when a couple donated embryos that were frozen in a clinic in Tennessee.
“We feel so blessed that God so long ago decided this was going to be our family,” Ms. Gibson said. “I can’t imagine having any other kids but these kids. They’re just meant to be ours.”