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Ovarian Transplants May Preserve Fertility in Young Cancer Survivors

Philadelphia Inquirer,  July 7, 2012

Ovarian grafts — frozen ovarian tissue that is thawed and transplanted back into a woman's body -- can help cancer survivors preserve their fertility, according to a small, new study. Researchers from the University of Kansas Medical Center found that the grafts can produce hormones for more than seven years, a much longer lifespan than expected.

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