Hope for older women: Scientists believe a CANCER drug could help their ovaries produce more eggs 

A major scientific breakthrough could pave the way for treatments that allow older women to have children.
It has always been believed that women have a limited number of eggs that cannot be increased, but that theory could be debunked after it was revealed that ovaries may be able to grow new ones.
According to The Guardian, a study was undertaken at the University of Edinburgh that showed women suffering from cancer and taking chemotherapy drug ABVD had a far greater density of eggs than healthy women with otherwise similar characteristics.
Professor Evelyn Telfer, who led the study,... read more

8 October 2016 in Health, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail

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