Many women suffer from problems of miscarriage due to miscarriage problems. Good news for them In the first laboratory, scientists have made an ovulate in an artificial way. But they are still at the test level, they said. The research paper published in ‘Molecular Human Reproduction’ has been published.
This method may be useful for those who have suffered from cancer at a young age, due to radiotherapy and chemotherapy, which have increased the risk of abortion. But there is danger! The cancer cells will not go to the next generation, says a Gynecologist. Edinburgh University scientist Evelyn Telfar claims, “When the ovum is being ingested, there is nothing harmful in it.
The study started with a joint venture between Edinburgh and New York University, with rats. Success is applied to human beings. Cells are collected from the 10 woman’s ovaries, who are in twenty and thirty years of age. In four different processes, the cell is turned into ovulate. 48 ovum reach the end of the test successfully. 9 ovum in full state Evelyn, however, said there were many more ways to get clearance in the medical field.