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Evidence suggests women's ovaries can grow new eggs

Exclusive Discovery challenges notion that women are born with a fixed number of eggs, and raises prospect of treatments which would allow older women to conceive Scientists have uncovered the first evidence that the human ovary may be able to grow new eggs in adulthood. If confirmed, the discovery would overturn the accepted view that women are born with a fixed number of eggs and that the body has no capacity to increase this supply.
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