A Tennessee couple welcomed a newborn baby into the world on Nov. 25 who was cryopreserved for nearly 25 years.
Emma Wren spent nearly a quarter-century frozen in a lab before being transferred into Tina Wren's uterus at the National Embryo Donation Center in Knoxville, Tenn. earlier this year.
Even more amazing, Tina Wren is 26-years-old, meaning her daughter was conceived by another couple just a year and a half after she was born.
According to research staff at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library, Emma now holds the all-time record for the longest-frozen embryo to come to birth.
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