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Breakthrough as human eggs developed in the lab for first time

Developing eggs from earliest stages to maturity could open the door to new approach to fertility preservation Women at risk of premature fertility loss might have cause for new hope as researchers reveal that human eggs can be developed in the lab from their earliest stages to maturity. While the feat has previously been achieved for mouse eggs, and has given rise to live young after fertilisation, the process has proved tricky in humans.
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