Ovary transplants offer fertility hope
Ovarian tissue transplants would allow women more choice about when to have children and would offer hope to those who believe they would never be able to conceive.
Three women who have already received transplants have given birth to seven children, with one expecting another baby soon, it has been revealed.
One woman had leukaemia and became infertile after treatment, while another began menopause at the age of 22. After having her tissue transplanted at the age of 38, she is about to have her third child.
Stinne Holm Bergholt, from Denmark, was diagnosed with bone cancer and became infertile after