Improving fertility of women after chemotheraphy

3 May 2016

UQCCR's Professor Hayden Homer, the Christopher Chen Professor of Reproductive Medicine discusses promising research that means one day a pill could help women's fertility, when they have previously undergone chemotheraphy. 

Professor Homer said "the reproductive clock for women starts ticking down after 35". But the new research suggests "there's a possibility that even when the effects of ageing have already set in, you could potentially reverse some of that".

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