Implant of New Ovary

Let's say you are interested in an ovary that gives a sustained release of completely natural hormones, responds to the circulating hormones of you body, yet doesn't need contraception because it doesn't have eggs to ovulate. If your birth ovaries are gone, or done, or kept in a quiet state (as they might have been with birth control pills or cases of temporary ovarian failure), then this man-built (as in human designed) ovarian machine might be just what you are looking for. Researchers from Wake Forrest have designed a biological machine, containing rat granulosa cells (ovarian cells that make estrogen) and thecca cells (that make progesterone); and have discovered that it could be an implantable working producer of natural female hormones.So maybe we really have built a better ovary.


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