Published in Cancer Weekly, November 9th, 2004
One involves a new way to help women store eggs before having cancer treatments that often leave them infertile.
The other is a very sensitive method for checking frozen ovarian tissue for abnormal cells that could seed a relapse of cancer if transplanted back into a woman who finished treatment and wanted to have a child.
In a medical first, a Belgian woman recently gave birth after an ovarian-tissue transplant. But doctors have long worried that such...
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