First Successful Ovarian Transplant in Primates Shows Promise for Early Menopausal Women

First Successful Ovarian Transplant in Primates Shows Promise for Early Menopausal Women
Ovarian failure is a rare, but life-changing side effect of chemotherapy, triggering premature osteoporosis and at times preventing women from having biological children. But now, for reportedly the first time, researchers were able to successfully transplant an ovary from one primate to another, even managing to restore a monthly cycle, showing promise for patients who enter early

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