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A new study could change the way we think about ovaries forever.

Everything science knows about our ovaries could be wrong. According to The Cut, a new study conducted by Evelyn Telfer at the University of Edinburgh has found that ovaries actually might be able to produce new eggs. Scientists have believed for quite some time that a woman's ovary has "a fixed population of eggs and that no new eggs form throughout life," Telfer said in an interview with The Guardian.
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