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Twin Sisters Try To Get Pregnant With Ovaries They Froze In 2012

Each twin had an ovary removed and frozen in 2009, when they were in their 30s, in hopes of buying more time to get pregnant and have babies. But will the thawed, reimplanted ovaries work?

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Twin Sisters Try To Get Pregnant With Ovaries They Froze In 2009

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Donald Carder wears his handgun in a holster as he pushes his son, Waylon, in a stroller at the National Rifle Association convention in Louisville, Ky., in May. Attendees at the convention are permitted to carry firearms under Kentucky's open-carry law. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Gun Carry Laws Can Complicate Police Interactions

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