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17 September 2010

Scientists create first artificial ovary

The world's first artificial ovary has been created by scientists, who said their success could benefit infertile women and help preserve fertility in women facing cancer.

The world's first artificial ovary has been created by US scientists, who said their success could benefit infertile women and help preserve fertility in women facing cancer treatments.

The research appears in the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.

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