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Friday, March 25, 2011

Sperm Cultured in Laboratory

Researchers have succeeded in producing sperm in laboratory by culturing stem cells.  This is a great break through in the field of male infertility.  Youngsters who have to undergo treatments for ailments in testicles particularly testicular cancer can take precaution by taking cells out and preserved for a future date  and have their own children when required.  Dr Takehiko Ogawa, an urologist at Yokohama City University in Japan and his team has conducted the experiment successfully on mouse.  Details of the story appears on Daily Telegraph page http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8400927/Test-tube-sperm-grown-in-lab-could-cure-male-infertility.html

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