• Kyodo


A medical university in Kawasaki has started a new treatment that will activate dormant egg-producing cells in women’s ovaries and bring them to maturity, offering another option for infertile women.

In a clinical study conducted by St. Marianna University School of Medicine Hospital, dormant egg-producing cells are matured by first cultivating them in a special solution. The solution contains a substance that inactivates a protein inhibiting the cells’ maturity.

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