IVF hope for older women as Adelaide scientists make “damaged eggs” good again

Scientists in Adelaide have made a research breakthrough that may give women a better chance to become mothers later in life. What they did is to add the haemoglobin from the bad eggs to make them function efficiently.
This thought opened doors for women and young girls who have damaged eggs as a result of aging and poor lifestyle choices.

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