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Baby's Day Out

February 18, 1998

A baby boy, above, born from an embryo frozen for 7 1/2 years makes an appearance during a news conference Tuesday at Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center. The embryo was conceived in 1990, placed in a freezer and implanted in his mother's womb eight months ago. The length of time the embryo remained frozen is considered to be one of the longest periods on record. The 8-pound, 15-ounce boy was delivered by Caesarean section at the hospital on Monday.

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