Ovarian cortex transplantation: 60 reported live births brings the success and worldwide expansion of the technique towards routine clinical practice
This paper describes the success and expansion of ovarian tissue cryopreservation and transplantation as a fertility restoration procedure, with the largest series of 60 live births worldwide reported. By repeating the procedure, ovarian activity can be restored for more than 11 years.
KeywordsOvarian tissue transplantation Live births Fertility preservation Cancer patients
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