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September 16, 2005
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Israeli scientists successfully reimplanted sheep ovaries that had been frozen, a potential breakthrough in fertility treatment. Researchers at the Institute of Animal Science at Beit Dagan said Thursday that they had restored functions to sheep ovaries that had been temporarily removed and put on ice, producing two lambs.

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