Frozen embryos give second chance to China mothers

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Media captionThe two-child policy now means mums with frozen embryos are at an advantage

Last year, China ended its one-child policy for urban couples, but the change has come too late for many mothers.

Some women who underwent fertility treatment to have a first child and stored their frozen embryos, however, are suddenly at an advantage now to have a second child.

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