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Delay motherhood by 'removing ovary for storage'

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, November 16, 2008 | 0 comments

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Women will soon be able to delay motherhood into their 40s and beyond by having one of their ovaries removed and storedWomen will soon be able to delay motherhood into their 40s and beyond by having one of their ovaries removed and stored, the doctor behind the world's first whole ovary transplant has said.

Dr Sherman Silber, performed the transplant between two twins last year and the recipient, who cannot be named, is due to give birth in London today.

The technique will offer hope to women undergoing treatment for cancer which can leave them infertile by allowing them to store an ovary before having cancer treatment and then re-implanting it once they have the all clear.

Full story:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/women_shealth/3437100/Delay-motherhood-by-removing-ovary-for-storage.html


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