Stem cell study hints at fertility option for men after chemo

11/6/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Researchers, working with young and adult male monkeys, froze sperm-producing stem cells, gave the monkeys chemotherapy drugs and later implanted the monkey's own sperm-producing stem cells into his testes. The study in Cell Stem Cell found the implanted stem cells restored sperm production and led to successful egg fertilization and embryo creation.

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