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Infertility Breakthrough as Cancer Drug Sparks Growth of New Eggs in ‘Astonishing’ Discovery

December 6, 2016

(The Telegraph) – Infertile women have been offered new hope after scientists found that a common cancer drug triggers the development of new eggs, an outcome which was previously thought to be impossible. In a discovery hailed as “astonishing”, researchers at the University of Edinburgh proved it is possible to reverse the clock and coax the ovaries back into a pre-pubescent state where they begin to produce new eggs.

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