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Success Rate of Frozen Eggs Increasing
Scientists have tried to freeze human eggs for more than 20 years, but the success rate has been only one to two percent. But now a new technique is showing more success.
Medical reporter Christi Myers first told you in July about a Houston doctor testing the technique in a new study. A study which came just in time for one woman who learned she has cancer.
Meredith Stedham is single, 35 and recently learned she had breast cancer.
"I was going to be losing my independence, losing my health, losing my hair, be losing some body parts, and the one part of that that could potentially be the most difficult for me to recover from would be losing my fertility and my dream of mommyhood," said Stedham. Click here to watch the report.