N-P-R's Patricia Neighmond reports that doctors have announced that a 63-year-old Californian had a child last year, making her the oldest woman to ever give birth. This provides scientists with new ideas about the aging of the reporductive systems, but may add to the ethical dilemmas of fertility technology.
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