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Around 30 female employees from Rohto Pharmaceutical Co. in Osaka are listening intently as Sakae Goto, a fertility specialist, gives a presentation at the drugmaker’s first in-house seminar on the topic.

“Eggs start ‘aging’ when (women) reach around 35,” Goto, who runs a fertility care clinic in Takatsuki, Osaka Prefecture, tells the participants.

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