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Orwig and other researchers have restored fertility in a range of male animals — mice, rats, pigs, dogs — by storing and reimplanting sperm-producing stem cells.
Orwig and other researchers have restored fertility in a range of male animals - mice, rats, pigs, dogs - by storing and reimplanting sperm-producing stem cells.
She also had a catheter implanted in her back that allowed her to inject pain killer directly into the spinal area when her suffering was intense, but the catheter kept slipping out of place and reimplanting it required minor surgery.
The method chosen by Cleese - and known in the trade as "an Elton John" - involves removing a small area of scalp from the back of the head, where hair follicles tend to be the most developed, and reimplanting them into the areas affected by hair loss.
If a woman’s eggs or embryos cannot be frozen, she can choose to have part of her ovaries removed and the tissue frozen, with the hope of reimplanting the tissue at a later date, or she may have the immature eggs from the frozen ovarian tissue matured in the laboratory.
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