Science: No Ape-Child

Ever since he told a convention of physiologists at Stockholm (TIME, Aug. 16) that he had replaced the ovaries of Nora, mature chimpanzee, with a woman's ovaries, and then succeeded in; impregnating her with human sperms by artificial means, Dr. Serge Voronoff of Paris has been the subject of much lay and scientific speculation. Nora's baby, biologically human, but prenatally an ape, was to be born in January. In August she was reported "progressing normally." Then no more bulletins . . . until last week. Pressed for information, Dr. Voronoff made answer:...

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