Woman Regains Fertility after Transplant A mother in Belgium has given birth to a baby girl naturally, after pieces of her ovary had been removed, frozen, and inserted again after chemotherapy. The case provides a new alternative to young cancer patients who want to preserve their fertility. NPR's Richard Knox reports.
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Woman Regains Fertility after Transplant

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Woman Regains Fertility after Transplant

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Woman Regains Fertility after Transplant

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A mother in Belgium has given birth to a baby girl naturally, after pieces of her ovary had been removed, frozen, and inserted again after chemotherapy. The case provides a new alternative to young cancer patients who want to preserve their fertility. NPR's Richard Knox reports.