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Mouse study looks at safety of stem cell therapy for early menopause

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Now that we know that egg-making stem cells exist in adults and that these cells can be transplanted into mice with premature ovarian failure to produce offspring, the next question is to assess whether the offspring from an adult mouse are normal compared to natural births. In a new article, researchers show that mice with early menopause that receive egg-making stem cells from another are capable of producing healthy pups with no observable genetic malfunctions.
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