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Woman has baby using ovary frozen in childhood

Professor Claus Yding Andersen and his colleagues from Århus have been able to make a 24-year-old woman fertile by implanting ovarian tissue frozen that was taken out a girl before she hits puberty.

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Read the entire story in Rigshospitalets magazine IndenRigs (the article is in Danish):
IndenRigs, February 2017

Also, read the story about the new-mother at BBC:
BBC news

ReproUnion
ReproUnion Super-Projects presented November 22, 2016, at MVA. Postdoc Stine Gry Kristensen from the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology presented their super-project entitled; Biobanking tropechtoderm biopsies from human blastocysts; Understanding determinants for pregnancy outcome.


The Copenhagen Workshop on Cryopreservation of Ovarian Tissue
NEW DATES! The Copenhagen Workshop on Cryopreservation of Ovarian Tissue March 7-9, 2017.


ReproYoung
SAVE the DATE for the 3rd ReproYoung Conference held March 30-31, 2017, at Hotel Skansen in Båstad, Sweden. Register straight away!



Re-frozen ovary previously transplanted

The Laboratory of Reproductive Biology was the first to remove and re-frozen a transplanted ovary after a woman had given birth to twins. Research indicates that re-frozen ovaries still contain eggs and this should give basis for the birth of more children. Read more at sciencenews.dk

See a video from Novo Nordisk Fonden below (in Danish).


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