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Spanish doctor gives birth to her third child at 62 despite doctors telling her fertility treatment wouldn't work

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Lina Alvarez's daughter - who she has given the same first name - was delivered by Caeserean section at a hospital in Lugo, north-west Spain and weighed 5.2lbs.
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