The story of an infertility miracle baby

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  • On Good Things Utah today – Happy Birthday to Ali today, join us to celebrate! Plus, after struggling with infertility for years, the Gibson family turned to embryo adoption. In 2017, they adopted Emma’s embryo, which had been frozen in 1992, from the National Embryo Donation Center, a non-profit embryo donation organization based in Knoxville, Tennessee. At the time of her birth, Emma was believed, but not confirmed, to have been the longest-frozen embryo to result in birth. We have the incredible details.
  • Are you ready to travel? Ali tells us that in 2021 you might need one item in particular before you board your flight.
  • And finally, the top take out orders from 2020. Apparently we all wanted is comfort food this year – orders for chicken sandwiches were up more than 300 percent year to year!
  • At the end of the show, the Utah high school that found a way to perform even during the pandemic, Paradigm High School recently made a music video for the holidays! They’re a tuition free high school in South Jordan Utah that serves students from 7-12th grade. Tune in for a listen on a Friday edition of GTU!
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